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Advanced Micro Devices said that Dawning Information Industry Corporation, a leading server manufacturer in China, plans to launch a comprehensive series of 1- and 2-way servers in China based on AMD Opteron 100 and 200 series processors. The Dawning-A series servers are the first ever 64-bit capable servers in China to provide 32- and 64-bit computing compatibility in one unified platform.

The Dawning-A series servers have been specifically developed to drive simultaneous 32- and 64-bit computing in China’s enterprise market. This product launch strengthens the commitment made by both AMD and Dawning in further developing the enterprise server market in China, the company emphasized.

Based on AMD Opteron 100 and 200 series processors and probably AMD-8000 series core-logic sets, the Dawning-A series offers compatibility and flexibility in four server models – I110A, R120A, I220A and R220A. The I110A and R120A are entry-level servers based on AMD Opteron 100 series processors. The I220A (tower) and R220A (rack-mount) are departmental servers based on AMD Opteron 200 series processors. The Dawning-A series servers have been designed to meet the varied requirements of different customers.

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