- Date 27 Jul 2020
Bamboo Systems, a provider of transformative ARM servers designed to power the next generation of net-zero data centers, have announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Bamboo Systems to its 2020 Emerging Vendors list in the data center category. This annual list honors new, rising, channel-focused technology suppliers that exhibit great promise in shaping the future success of the channel with their dedication to innovation.
Bamboo Systems was chosen for the list based on the innovation of its Bamboo B1000N Series of servers, architected to run applications based on modern software design, such as containers. With its highly balanced I/O and application processing capabilities, Bamboo’s Parallel Arm Node Designed Architecture, PANDA-based servers are the right platform for solutions such as Kubernetes, Platform-as-a-Service, AI/ML, and edge computing, delivering high density with low power consumption. Bamboo servers save customers 50% of their acquisition cost, 75% of their energy cost and 80% of their rack space vs legacy Intel servers.
“There’s no question that the data center is on the precipice of change,” said Tony Craythorne, CEO of Bamboo Systems. “The net-zero data center has arrived. Our B1000N Series architecture is changing how data centers deliver high density throughput computing services, while at the same time, reduce the thermal profile and the power consumptions needs of the servers powering them. Bamboo are committed to a 100% channel strategy, and we are pleased that CRN has selected Bamboo as an Emerging Vendor for 2020.”
The Emerging Vendors list is selected by CRN’s editorial team. Bamboo Systems is considered among the companies inspiring the IT channel with groundbreaking technologies and best-in-class offerings that are elevating businesses – driving success with solutions built to battle the challenges of the IT channel.
“CRN’s 2020 Emerging Vendors list recognizes vendors that are revolutionizing the IT channel with innovative solutions that meet the complex demands of our industry,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “It honors inspirational new vendors that are driving channel growth with state-of-the-art technologies that will continue to shape the channel into the future.”