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MAH Mikroelektroniyat Enterprise Electronics [MT|Open]

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About MAH Mikroelektroniyat


General Information

MAH Mikroelektroniyat is Riysa's leading electronics company and its only major commercial electronics manufacturer. Founded in 1936 by the Riysian government as a special government factory for manufacturing early computers, it was privatized in the 80s and has since grown into an innovative, leading company with over 45,000 employees. MAH Mikroelektroniyat focuses primarily on enterprise electronics and related chipsets, such as mainframes, network servers, and high-performance computing, as opposed to consumer electronics such as tablets and PCs.

Using its decades of experience and skill in electronics manufacturing, developed good practices, the best manufacturing equipment importable, and most importantly, friendly and helpful staff, MAH Mikroelektroniyat is poised to enhance the electronics infrastructure of its customers, providing them a decisive advantage in the highly networked modern world.



History

The history of MAH Mikroelektroniyat starts with the northern Riysian town of Haraytan, located 17 km to the north-west of Halab, one of Riysa's biggest cities. Famous for its large, picturesque fields, this town traditionally provided agricultural produce - largely various kinds of fruits - for Halab. It still does today; however, it has since become one of Riysa's central hubs for a vitally important industry - electronics.

By the mid 1930s, the Riysian government had become increasingly interested in the rapidly advancing fields of electronics and computing, due to their potential for both civil and military applications. A couple of "radio engineering" factories had sprouted up in the late 20s and early 30s under government control, but had limited output due to lack of experience and equipment. So, in 1934, a directive was signed, ordering the creation of the Riysian electronics and electromechanical computing industry, placed under the control of the government. Examples would be licensed, machinery would be imported from overseas, and engineers would be sent abroad to learn; all that was needed now were the research facilities and factories to produce them.

Identifying a site for these facilities wasn't easy, as they had to be secure and obscure enough to protect secret government projects, while still being accessible to employees and the supply chain, all without straining the Riysian economy and budget. After a brief survey, Haraytan was picked as one of those sites; it was a relatively small, unknown village, but it was very close to the major commercial hub of Halab. On top of that, Haraytan was known for its natural beauty - a great bonus for those who were going to be working there! The foundation for a combined electronics factory and research facility was laid in 1936, and in 1937, it opened its doors as MAH (Masnaa' Alat Hasoub - Computing Machine Factory) Haraytan. By the end of the year MAH Haraytan had made its first delivery, an electromechanical computer for census tabulation requested by the provincial government in Halab. A year later, the Haraytan Polytechnical Institute was set up by the Riysian government to train qualified personnel for Haraytan and other factories in Riysa. Together with this new source of employees, MAH Harayatan laid the foundation for what would eventually become MAH Mikroelektroniyat.

Through World War 2 and into the 1950s, MAH Haraytan was an active participant in almost every government project, many of them secret - such as developing an electromechanical "bombe" for the Riysian Air Force Intelligence Service. However, as Riysa became wealthier, priorities changed, and more skilled personnel and facilities came online, the system of factories began to specialize, to increase efficiency. Thus, while some factories chose to specialize in military electronics, Haraytan chose to focus on large scale computers, data processing, intended for the civilian side of the government. Through the 50s and into the 70s, Haraytan worked on developing all-electronic computers and microelectronics, releasing its first computer - a licensed modification of the IBM 704 - in 1958, starting a tradition of producing high-quality mainframes that lasts to this day. Due to its important work on microelectronics, MAH Haraytan was renamed to MAH Haraytan Mikroelektroniyat in 1968.

In 1980, the digital revolution was in full force across the world, and MAH Haraytan Mikroelektroniyat had outgrown its old facility. The demand for computers in the private sector, big and small, grew exponentially compared to previous decades, quickly outpacing the Riysian government's limited ability to supply commercial electronics. As an already prominent manufacturer of civilian electronics, and combined with its need for a bigger facility, it was decided to begin privatizing MAH Haraytan Mikroelektroniyat. A newly constructed manufacturing facility in the Ramouseh district of Halab was handed over to it during this process, with its whole manufacturing team moving to the new location by 1983. With the Ramouseh facility opened for production and the company now privatized, it changed its name to MAH Mikroelektroniyat - a name it proudly bears to this day.



Commercial Operations

MAH Mikroelektroniyat focuses on manufacturing what is known as enterprise electronics, in particular mainframes, network servers, and high-performance computing, as opposed to consumer electronics such as tablets and PCs, as well as related integrated circuits and peripherals. This is a result of both its long history and experience in manufacturing this class of products, and of market pressures in Riysa favoring this segment domestically.

However, other markets are not being neglected; MAH Mikroelektroniyat is also gearing up for the massive embedded/IoT and mobile personal device market, recognizing the need for ever more microelectronics in an increasingly networked world. In particular, the company has launched a number of universal chipsets - such as the Azimuth SoC - based around the proprietary "Constellation" 64-bit VLIW architecture, utilizing the high power and efficiency of VLIW, along with backwards compatible x86/ARM emulation, to provide competitive solutions for the future.

Thus, MAH Mikroelektroniyat activities can be broken down into the following fields:

  • Mainframes - Powerful computers designed to process large amounts of data and transactions, they are traditionally MAH Mikroelektroniyat's flagship products. Mainframes can be found here.
  • Servers - General purpose servers, both high and low end, and rack and blade mounted for a variety of commercial purposes. Servers can be found here.
  • Microprocessors - CPUs used in other MAH Mikroelektroniyat products, many of them sold independently as well. They can be found here.
  • System-on-a-Chip - Fully integrated chipsets used for consumer electronics and other embedded devices, from smartphones to automobiles. These products can be found here.
  • Workstations - Computer stations optimized for work related tasks such as computer aided design and industrial automation, which are typically more powerful than your average personal computer. MAH Mikroelektroniyat's workstations will be uploaded to this storefront soon, so keep checking back!
  • Personal Devices and Peripherals - Additional devices that rely on MAH Mikroelektroniyat's technologies, such as high-end tablet computers, SOHO internet routers, and even networked printers. MAH Mikroelektroniyat's range of personal devices will be uploaded to this storefront soon, so keep checking back!
  • Additional Chipsets - Miscellaneous chipsets such as RAM memory, GPUs, FPGAs, and more. MAH Mikroelektroniyat's full selection of ICs are still under development, but it will be updated soon, so keep checking back!
  • Storage - Storage solutions for small businesses and big data centers alike, including hard disk drives, tape storage, and SSD/flash storage. MAH Mikroelektroniyat's full storage selection is still under construction, but it will be updated soon, so keep checking back!

MAH Mikroelektroniyat is completely vertically integrated, owning all of its research, design, and fabrication facilities, unlike most manufacturers, which are fabless. This ensures high production efficiency, and guarantees customers that MAH Mikroelektroniyat's products will all be held to the same exactingly high standard of quality.



Leadership and Structure

MAH Mikroelektroniyat uses a two-tier structure for corporate governance, with the Board of Directors as a governing board, and the Management Board as an executive board. The Board of Directors oversees general operations, appoints and/or removes members of the Management Board, and reviews company policies and major operations. The Management Board carries out day-to-day management and execution of all MAH Mikroelektroniyat activities, except that which falls under the jurisdiction or review of the Board of Directors.

The Board of Directors is currently staffed by:
Dr. Omar Ridwan
President of MAH Elektroniyat

Dr. Tahir Babeel
First Vice President of MAH Mikroelektroniyat

Dr. Eahab Ajoum
Dean, College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Haraytan Polytechnical Institute

Dr. Adnan Qabbani
Director, Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Tel al-Riyah University

Dr. Rafiq al-Zaki
President, Furatain Shipping Company

Dr. Alaa' Raji
Director of Computer Engineering, Center for Scientific Studies and Research

Mrs. Sidra al-Qatabi
Vice President of Marketing, News Agency "Bayan al-Sha'abi"

The Management Board is currently staffed by:
Dr. Omar Ridwan
President of MAH Mikroelektroniyat

Dr. Tahir Babeel
First Vice President of MAH Mikroelektroniyat

Dr. Muhannad al-Akkadi
Vice President of Research

Dr. Lana Abdul-Salaam
Vice President of Development

Dr. Ouais Ghazaleh
Vice President of Manufacturing

Mr. M. Mouafaq Hijazi
Vice President of Finance and Treasury

Mr. Basel al-Thahabi
Vice President of Supply and Logistics

Dr. Mustafa Zariq
Vice President of Law and Government Co-Operation

Mrs. Dalal Bakdash
Vice President of Human Resources, Marketing, and Outreach


All inquiries, comments, and questions should be directed to:

MAH Mikroelektroniyat Corporation
100 Azraq Road, Haraytan, Riysa



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MAH Mikroelektroniyat's products are classified into one of several categories. These currently include mainframes for processing high data loads, servers for general purpose computing, standalone microprocessors, and integrated systems on a chip. Products can be viewed by clicking on the list found on the right, and selecting further for the type desired.

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Mainframe computers are some of the largest and most powerful computers available on the market, processing millions of transactions every second. This makes them useful for any organization which has to deal with large amounts of data, be it a bank, a retailer, a government ministry, or even an MMO gaming company. MAH Mikroelektroniyat's mainframe selection represents the very highest in quality and engineering of all of its products, with its Elektron line being the flagship computer of the company for decades.

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Models: Elektron/480, Elektron/490
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The flagship mainframe of MAH Mikroelektroniyat and its most iconic product, the Elektron line of mainframes have been the core foundation of many organizations for decades, providing high throughput and security for critical applications and clouds, from airline flight management to national healthcare. Uniquely, they feature a hybrid architecture consisting of the top-end general purpose Kanopus, and the high-speed mainframe optimized Polaris microprocessors.

Elektron mainframes are designed to act as the heart of an entire enterprise's IT infrastructure, providing pervasive encryption and maintaining near 100% availability during its lifetime of up to several decades, all while stably performing billions of vital operations each second. This is thanks to its highly efficient hybrid architecture; the incredibly fast Polaris processors excel at complex single-core optimized operations, while the powerful, massively superscalar Kanopus processors allow for more flexibility and efficiency in user applications and computing resource use. At the same time, these mainframes are also designed for easy setup and administration, using a unified browser-like computer interface for administration, application management, maintenance, and system monitoring.

The main components of an Elektron mainframe are the computing drawer, the I/O drawer, the management unit, and the high-speed network unit. Each computing drawer contains 4 Polaris and 8 Kanopus processors plus a custom seven-core microprocessor which manages the two processor types, along with 89 DIMMs of DDR4 memory (5 used for RAIM), 994 MB of shared L4 cache (480 MB Polaris off-die and 512 MB Kanopus on-DIMM), 8 PCIe FHFL ports, one VGA, one serial port, and two 10 GbE ports. The I/O drawer is designed entirely for I/O processing and features 30 PCIe FHFL ports (14 front, 16 back) and four 10 GbE ports. The management unit controls the whole mainframe, runs device firmware, and manages connections to other devices, and is based around a custom ASIC chip; it features 8 520 GB 2.5 inch SSD drives for RAID, a 5.25 inch optical disk drive, two 10 GbE ports, one VGA port, and one serial port. The high-speed network unit increases the networking capacity of an Elektron mainframe, featuring four 10 GbE ports, eight 25 GB/s fiber ports, 2 VGA ports, 2 serial ports, and an additional two 520 GB 2.5 inch SSD drives for RAID.

Processors and other system resources can be assigned to LPARs (logical partitions) by the system administrator, each of which can run an operating system or a hypervisor supporting multiple virtual machines, which in turn can support more OS instances. The OS used by the mainframes is Mikroelektroniyat's proprietary Nawawi OS, while the hypervisor is Mikroelektroniyat's proprietary E-VM; Elektron mainframes can also run Linux or Unix OS distributions. LPARs using only Kanopus processors can also run the Windows OS and the KVM, Xen, and VMware hypervisors. Up to 3 mainframes of either type can be linked together under central control, allowing them to share resources and offload loads between each other as determined by the administrator. In addition to already embedded resources, these mainframes feature free space for extra servers, which can be used to run operating systems and hypervisors not supported by the mainframe itself, while being under the centralized control of the mainframe. Straight out of the box, a single Elektron mainframe can act as an entire IT infrastructure in a compact package, thanks to all of its features.

Currently, the 480 and 490 mainframes are in production. The Elektron 480 is a highly efficient mainframe, effective for a variety of applications and with good scalability features, while the Elektron 490 features top performance for the most important and complex enterprise operations.

Elektron/480

Price: $4,811,877
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The most compact Elektron mainframe produced, the 480 is designed to fit the same dimensions as a standard 19-inch server rack without any extra cooling, allowing it to be easily fit into a data center or any sized server room. This makes it great at scaling out, as it can be easily connected together to additional mainframes, server racks, and peripherals, without extra planning or equipment. It also provides a superb balance of price and performance, allowing customers to gain an edge in IT without breaking their budget, and is an excellent entry-level mainframe for new and smaller users of Mikroelektroniyat products to familiarize themselves with.

The 480 contains 3 Polaris 2050 and 8 Kanopus 2046 processors in a single compute drawer, with a hot spare Polaris 2050 as a backup, and a seven-core custom ASIC microprocessor which manages the mainframe and administrates cross-communication between the two processor types and between networked servers and mainframes. The L4 cache off-chip and in the memory DIMMs for the Polaris and Kanopus processors respectively are managed by the ASIC as well, allowing the two processors to share resources. On top of the compute drawer, it also contains two I/O drawers, a high-speed network unit, and the management unit. Additionally, the 480 has 12U of free space available for more servers, storage, and network switches.

SpecificationsElektron/480
Processors3 (+1) Polaris M2050, 8 Kanopus M2046
L4 cache994 MB shared
Maximum # of LPARs56
Maximum performance (million transactions per second)11,481 MTPS
System memory (128 GB DDR4-2667 custom RDIMMs)10.752 TB (+640 GB as RAIM)
Adapter slots68 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL
Other I/O and controllers16 10GbE ports, 8 High-Speed 25 Gb/s fiber ports, 4 VGA, 4 serial ports
Internal storage (520 GB 2.5in SSDs, integrated mirrored RAID)5.2 TB
Other storage5.25in optical disk drive
Weight522 kg


Elektron/490

Price: $19,399,310
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The biggest Elektron mainframe at 2.5 times the size of the 480, the 490 is designed for power above all else, with 15 Polaris M2050 and 32 Kanopus M2046 processors. This makes it better for those customers who are looking to scale up rather than scale out, as the 490 is more space efficient than the 480, while still being able to use either air or liquid cooling according to the customer's requirements. Much like the 480, up to 3 Elektron 480 and/or 490 mainframes can be connected together to share resources and computing tasks, and can just as easily be connected to other server racks or peripherals.

The Elektron 490 consists of 4 computing drawers, with a Polaris processor in one of the drawers deactivated to act as a hot spare, 5 I/O drawers, 3 high-speed network units, and the management unit. Additionally, the Elektron 490 features 19U of free space for more servers, storage, and network switches.

SpecificationsElektron/490
Processors15 (+1) Polaris M2050, 32 Kanopus M2046
L4 cache994 MB cache per drawer
Maximum # of LPARs117
Maximum performance (million transactions per second)53,925 MTPS
System memory (128 GB DDR4-2667 custom RDIMMs)43.008 TB (+2.56 TB as RAIM)
Adapter slots182 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL
Other I/O and controllers42 10GbE ports, 24 High-Speed 25 Gb/s fiber ports, 11 VGA, 11 serial ports
Internal storage (520 GB 2.5in SSDs, integrated mirrored RAID)7.28 TB
Other storage5.25in optical disk drive
Weight1,734 kg


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Servers form the backbone of any organization's IT structure, being cheap enough to be brought en-masse, while being able to handle most IT environments deployed by an organization. Thus, be it large or small, servers are critical to the operations of every organization. MAH Mikroelektroniyat's servers are devoted to providing high performance in processing data and transactions, as well as high flexibility in running customer programs in the server environment.

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MAH Mikroelektroniyat's premiere server family based around the Kanopus microprocessor, Wolfram offers excellent performance, a high level of automation, and quality RAS (reliability, adaptability, and scalability) features. These represent some of the most powerful and advanced servers available on the market, and the top-end of MAH Mikroelektroniyat's general-purpose servers.

Wolfram servers are designed to be fully turn-key and adaptable solutions, able to manage cloud, hybrid, big data, and other complex IT infrastructures immediately out of the box. These servers especially support hyperconvergence and scale-out growth, and can support no less than 4 different operating systems and 5 different hypervisors depending on customer requirements. OSes supported include MAH Mikroelektroniyat's proprietary "MOS" server OS, Windows, UNIX, and Linux distributions, while hypervisors supported include VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, Xen, and MAH Mikroelektroniyat's proprietary E-VM hypervisor.

Wolfram benefits significantly from the high performance of its Kanopus chip, supporting up to 24 partitions per core, which translates to hundreds of virtual machines at once. To maintain and monitor the server and all of its services, all Wolfram servers have a two-core microcontroller embedded based on Kanopus M2046 cores, one always active and the other acting as a spare in case of failure. Combined, this gives an average uptime rate of greater than 99.9%, or less than 9 hours lost per year.

The K700 line represents latest iteration of Wolfram servers, being based around the 20 nm Kanopus M2040 chip family. It in turn has four main series, the K710, K720, K740, and K750. The Wolfram K710 is an entry level offering designed for a maximal performance-efficiency ratio with a small 1U form factor, the K720 is a middle of the road server with a 2U form factor, and the K740/750 series are top-end servers designed for performance above all else, in 2U and 4U form factors respectively. Each series in turn has a number of variants with different performance and price levels, catering to the individual needs of MAH Mikroelektroniyat's customers.

Wolfram K710

Price: $13,904 (K710)| $18,824 (K715)| $21,758 (K716)| $30,340 (K719)
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The entry level series of the Wolfram K700 family, the K710 series feature powerful, converged performance from 2 Kanopus processors, 256 MB of speedy L4 eDRAM cache, and up to 1 TB of DDR4 DRAM in a small 1U form factor server, all at a low capital cost to the customer.

Four models make up this series; the K710, which provides essential functionality at the lowest price; the K715, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on high parallelsism; the K716, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on single-core performance; and the K719, which provides the highest performance and cost of the models in the family.

SpecificationsK710K715K716K719
Form factor1U1U1U1U
Processors2 Kanopus M20402 Kanopus M20412 Kanopus M20452 Kanopus M2046
Cores20302030
L4 cache256 MB shared256 MB shared256 MB shared256 MB shared
Maximum # of partitions (24 per core)480720480720
System memory (16 DDR4-2667 custom RDIMMs)128 GB256 GB256 GB512 GB
Processor-to-memory bandwidth385.6 GB/s385.6 GB/s385.6 GB/s385.6 GB/s
Adapter slots2 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 1 NVLink 1.02 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 1 NVLink 1.02 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 1 NVLink 1.02 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 1 NVLink 1.0
Other I/O and controllers4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, 1 VGA, 1 serial port4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, 1 VGA, 1 serial port4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, 1 VGA, 1 serial port4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, 1 VGA, 1 serial port
Internal storage (6 2.5in SSDs)3.12 TB5.88 TB5.88 TB11.70 TB
Other storage5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive
Weight18.4 kg18.4 kg18.4 kg18.4 kg


Wolfram K720

Price: $27,912 (K720)| $43,376 (K725)| $46,310 (K726)| $74,330 (K729)
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The mid-tier level of the K700 family, the K720 series is designed to handle large amounts of data. It features a larger 2U form factor than the K710 while retaining 2 sockets, allowing for significantly more storage - twice that of the K710!, connectivity, and more. This in turn makes it more effective for a variety of applications, including hyperconvergence, virtualization, and big data analysis.

Four models make up this series; the K720, which provides essential functionality at the lowest price; the K725, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on high parallelsism; the K726, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on single-core performance; and the K729, which provides the highest performance and cost of the models in the series.

SpecificationsK720K725K726K729
Form factor2U2U2U2U
Processors2 Kanopus M20402 Kanopus M20412 Kanopus M20452 Kanopus M2046
Cores20302030
L4 cache256 MB shared256 MB shared256 MB shared256 MB shared
Maximum # of partitions (24 per core)480720480720
System memory (16 DDR4-2667 custom RDIMMs)512 GB1,024 GB1,024 GB2,048 GB
Processor-to-memory bandwidth385.6 GB/s385.6 GB/s385.6 GB/s385.6 GB/s
Adapter slots4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x16 LPP, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 4 PCIe x8 LP, 2 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x16 LPP, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 4 PCIe x8 LP, 2 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x16 LPP, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 4 PCIe x8 LP, 2 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 1 PCIe x16 HHHL, 1 PCIe x16 LPP, 1 PCIe x8 HHHL, 4 PCIe x8 LP, 2 NVLink
Other I/O and controllers6 10GbE ports, 4 SAS ports, 6 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port6 10GbE ports, 4 SAS ports, 6 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port6 10GbE ports, 4 SAS ports, 6 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port6 10GbE ports, 4 SAS ports, 6 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port
Internal storage (20 2.5in SSDs)10.40 TB19.60 TB19.60 TB39.00 TB
Other storage5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive
Weight26.8 kg26.8 kg26.8 kg26.8 kg


Wolfram K740

Price: $44,232 (K740)| $69,936 (K745)| $75,804 (K746)| $124,236 (K749)
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Among the most powerful servers sold by MAH Elektroniyat, the Wolfram K740 series is designed for maximial size-performance, fitting 4 Kanopus CPU sockets and up to 4 TB of RAM in a 2U form factor. This high-density configuration in a ubiquitous form factor allows for customers to easily scale-up the the power of their data centers, simply replacing lower-powered servers in the same standard rack slots without having to devote extra resources to planning.

Four models make up this series; the K740, which provides essential functionality at the lowest price; the K745, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on high parallelsism; the K746, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on single-core performance; and the K749, which provides the highest performance and cost of the models in the series.

SpecificationsK740K745K746K749
Form factor2U2U2U2U
Processors4 Kanopus M20404 Kanopus M20414 Kanopus M20454 Kanopus M2046
Cores40604060
L4 cache512 MB shared512 MB shared512 MB shared512 MB shared
Maximum # of partitions (24 per core)96014409601440
System memory (32 DDR4-2667 custom RDIMMs)1,024 GB2,048 GB2,048 GB4,096 GB
Processor-to-memory bandwidth771.2 GB/s771.2 GB/s771.2 GB/s771.2 GB/s
Adapter slots4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 LP, 2 PCIe x8 LP, 1 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 LP, 2 PCIe x8 LP, 1 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 LP, 2 PCIe x8 LP, 1 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 LP, 2 PCIe x8 LP, 1 NVLink
Other I/O and controllers4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 5 USB 3.0 ports, 2 VGA, 1 serial port4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 5 USB 3.0 ports, 2 VGA, 1 serial port4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 5 USB 3.0 ports, 2 VGA, 1 serial port4 10GbE ports, 2 SAS ports, 5 USB 3.0 ports, 2 VGA, 1 serial port
Internal storage (16 2.5in SSDs)8.32 TB15.68 TB15.68 TB31.20 TB
Other storage5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive
Weight30.3 kg30.3 kg30.3 kg30.3 kg


Wolfram K750

Price: $53,264 (K750)| $80,712 (K755)| $86,580 (K756)| $137,548 (K759)
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The largest, most powerful Wolfram general-purpose server available, the K750 series provides outstanding power with four Kanopus processor sockets, while providing maximum connectivity and retaining Wolfram's fantastic scaleability with a large 4U form factor server. The high performance of the K750 series puts it at the very top end of general-purpose servers, with models in the K750 series being similar to low-end enterprise servers, or even small mainframes. The four processors allow for high speed and throughput, supporting up to over 1,000 virtual machines at once combined, while the large 4U form factor allows for plenty of storage and multi-terabyte system memory and flash storage.

Four models make up this series; the K750, which provides essential functionality at the lowest price; the K755, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on high parallelsism; the K756, which provides a balanced price-performance ratio with a focus on single-core performance; and the K759, which provides the highest performance and cost of the models in the series.

SpecificationsK750K755K756K759
Form factor4U4U4U4U
Processors4 Kanopus M20404 Kanopus M20414 Kanopus M20454 Kanopus M2046
Cores40604060
L4 cache512 MB shared512 MB shared512 MB shared512 MB shared
Maximum # of partitions (24 per core)96014409601440
System memory (32 DDR4-2667 custom RDIMMs)1,024 GB2,048 GB2,048 GB4,096 GB
Processor-to-memory bandwidth771.2 GB/s771.2 GB/s771.2 GB/s771.2 GB/s
Adapter slots4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 HHHL, 9 PCIe x8 HHHL, 2 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 HHHL, 9 PCIe x8 HHHL, 2 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 HHHL, 9 PCIe x8 HHHL, 2 NVLink4 PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL, 4 PCIe x16 HHHL, 9 PCIe x8 HHHL, 2 NVLink
Other I/O and controllers6 10GbE ports, 2 High-Speed 25 Gb/s fiber ports, 4 SAS ports, 8 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port6 10GbE ports, 2 High-Speed 25 Gb/s fiber ports, 4 SAS ports, 8 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port6 10GbE ports, 2 High-Speed 25 Gb/s fiber ports, 4 SAS ports, 8 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port6 10GbE ports, 2 High-Speed 25 Gb/s fiber ports, 4 SAS ports, 8 USB 3.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 VGA, 1 serial port
Internal storage (24 2.5in SSDs)12.48 TB23.52 TB23.52 TB46.80 TB
Other storage5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive5.25in optical disk drive
Weight52.6 kg52.6 kg52.6 kg52.6 kg
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Microprocessors or CPUs are at the heart of everything electronic, interpreting user code into physical instructions. Different microprocessors are specialized for differing tasks, ranging from ultra low voltage units intended for mobile devices, to blazingly fast controllers used in high end servers. MAH Mikroelektroniyat both designs and produces its own microprocessors to fulfill a variety of tasks - unlike most companies, which are "fabless" - ensuring a high standard of quality, low production costs and time, and maximum efficiency with its products. Chief among them are the Kanopus family, designed for servers and top-of-the-line workstations, and the Constellation family, designed for highly efficient general purpose computing.

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MAH Mikroelektroniyat's top end CPU family, the Kanopus chips provide the performance and reliability needed to run computationally intensive, big data loads with minimal downtime or failures. These microprocessors feature the latest developments in both instruction set architecture and process size/production from MAH Mikroelektroniyat, placing its servers and products on the cutting edge of microelectronics technology.

Kanopus CPUs are designed for maximum performance, while retaining high efficiency in power and price. Thus, they are best suited for applications requiring intensive throughput or computational power, such as high-end enterprise servers, mainframes, and high-performance computing for scientific research. In particular, Kanopus processors excel at mathematics and highly parallel loads, though they still retain excellent single-core performance due to their high clock rate.

The real star of this microprocessor is MAH Mikroeletroniyat's 64-bit RISC architecture, Kanopus. The Kanopus architecture is highly streamlined with its RISC load/store methodology, featuring no less than 32 64-bit general purpose, 32 64-bit floating point registers, and 32 128-bit vector registers, as well as numerous custom registers to speed certain instructions along. This setup requires significantly less clock cycles to complete an instruction than a "traditional" CPU. Furthermore, the Kanopus architecture also contains dedicated instructions for emulating the popular x86/x86-64 ISA in real time, allowing backwards comparability with almost all applications on the market.

The Kanopus chip hardware has many useful features for high-powered computing. Large L1 and L2 caches, and dense eDRAM for L3 increase performance by placing lots of very fast memory on-chip. In addition to a large number of standard cores, they contain additional circuits for controlling OS/chip services and thermal management, increasing chip efficiency. Multiple instructions can be issued and completed at once through powerful, up to 8-way simultaneous multithreading and out-of-order execution. With the help of a large 128-bit fetch buffer, up to a 60% performance gain is possible by running two threads at once compared to a single thread, without significantly impacting individual thread performance. Clock rate and number of active cores/threads are dynamically regulated by the chip based on workload and programmed settings, reducing average power draw, and also allow the processor to continue functioning in the event of a core freezing or malfunctioning by reassigning unused resources. Some functions typically implemented in software, such as SIMD, complex arithmetic, and decimal/floating point calculations are implemented in dedicated pipelines on the chip's hardware, dramatically accelerating their throughput. Transactional memory is supported in hardware to increase throughput for heavy workloads. Security is an especially important focus of the chip, with codes for creating private, secured regions in memory for especially critical data such as encryption keys or secure browsing. Additionally, cryptographic instructions for accelerating common (AES, SHA) and Riysian algorithms are built in, supporting quick and pervasive encryption of data.

The Kanopus M2040 series is the most current and only version sold, using MAH Mikroelektroniyat's proprietary 20 nm HKMG process. This series in turn has four different variants, the M2040, M2041, M2045, and M2046, which differ in overall performance and some technical details, allowing customers to pick the exact amount of computing power and power consumption that they desire.

Kanopus M2040

Price: $3,968 (M2040)| $4,524 (M2041)| $5,991 (M2045)| $6,831 (M2046)
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The M2040 series of Kanopus combines an innovative and mature 20 nm HKMG process with the proprietary Kanopus 64-bit RISC architecture, providing enterprise electronics with an incredibly reliable and adaptable processor, all while having an excellent power-performance ratio. Chips in the M0240 series have 10 or 15 processor cores, capable of supporting up to 8 simultaneous threads, and can be partitioned at the hardware level into 24 partitions per core for virtualization. It also features an update to its memory circuits and controller to support powerful DDR4 RAM memory, as well as special memory scheduling and RAS circuitry supporting custom RDIMM modules from MAH Mikroelektroniyat, giving the chip even higher throughput when used in MAH Mikroelektroniyat's own systems.

Four versions of the Kanopus M2040 series are offered, the M2040, M2041, M2045, and M2046. The M2040 and 2041 are 10 and 15-core de-rated versions with lower clock speeds for reduced power draw and cost, while the 2045 and 2046 are 10 and 15-core full-powered versions respectively.

SpecificationsM2040M2041M2045M2046
Process20 nm20 nm20 nm20 nm
ArchitectureKanopus 64-bit RISCKanopus 64-bit RISCKanopus 64-bit RISCKanopus 64-bit RISC
Base clock rate3.21 GHz3.21 GHz3.78 GHz3.78 GHz
Max clock rate4.13 GHz4.13 GHz4.56 GHz4.56 GHz
Cores10151015
Max threads (8 per core)8012080120
Performance (base, 64-bit dual precision)324.1 GFLOPS486.1 GFLOPS381.6 GFLOPS572.4 GFLOPS
Performance (base, 32-bit single precision)648.2 GFLOPS972.2 GFLOPS763.2 GFLOPS1,144.8 GFLOPS
Max memory chips8 custom DDR4 RDIMMs8 custom DDR4 RDIMMs8 custom DDR4 RDIMMs8 custom DDR4 RDIMMs
Registers32 general purpose, 32 floating point32 general purpose, 32 floating point32 general purpose, 32 floating point32 general purpose, 32 floating point
L1 cache (SRAM)64 kb instruction, 96 kb data per core64 kb instruction, 96 kb data per core64 kb instruction, 96 kb data per core64 kb instruction, 96 kb data per core
L2 cache (SRAM)512 kb instruction, 576 kb data per core512 kb instruction, 576 kb data per core512 kb instruction, 576 kb data per core512 kb instruction, 576 kb data per core
L3 cache (eDRAM)5 MB per core shared5 MB per core shared5 MB per core shared5 MB per core shared
Base power draw139 W158 W170 W192 W
Max power draw198 W217 W220 W242 W


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"System-on-a-chip", or SoCs, combine the typical features of a full computer - such as GPUs, ports, and RAM memory - into a single fully integrated microchip, saving space, and reducing power draw and cost. These make them widely used in mobile devices and embedded systems, and other applications which require maximum space efficiency and low power draw over performance. MAH Mikroelektroniyat designs and produces its own SoCs on the basis of its Constellation VLIW architecture and microprocessors, providing advanced, high performance chipsets for the ever-growing market of IoT ("internet of things") mobile and embedded devices.

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A flexible, ultra-low voltage dedicated system on a chip (SoC) design based on the Constellation instructions set architecture, Azimuth is MAH Mikroelektroniyat's stake in the future of network-enabled devices and the IoT. Azimuth chips feature the lowest power consumption and price of any chip produced by the company, while retaining high performance efficiency through the world-class Constellation architecture and hardware design.

The Azimuth SoC is designed to be a truly universal chipset for the internet age, from modern automobiles and "smart" industrial control systems, to top-end smartphones and tablet computers. This is thanks to its ultra-low power draw and low price, combined with high performance in a small package - all of these technical characteristics perfectly fit the requirements of many different devices.

Key to the power of the Azimuth chip is in bringing MAH Mikroelektroniyat's special 512-bit VLIW instruction set architecture, Constellation, to the ultra-low power market. As a VLIW architecture, Constellation features a higher level of parallelism compared to traditional architectures, by having its software determine the most efficient way of executing code, all without having to resort to complex, power-hungry hardware techniques such as out-of-order execution. With a large, 512-bit native word length, multiple 32 or 64 bit "traditional" words are strung together and executed simultaneously, giving it a higher throughput without sacrificing power efficiency. Rich in registers and cache to support the needs of this deep, fast parallelism, Constellation chips contain 128 84-bit general purpose registers, 128 128-bit floating point registers, and 64 predicate registers, as well as over 2 MB of L1 + L2 cache. Most important though is its Dynamic Translation Software, residing at the heart of the chip; recognizing that compiling VLIW code is a difficult process and that most programs are coded for x86/x86-64 or ARM instruction sets, the Dynamic Translation Software found in Constellation chips can translate both x86/x86-64 and ARM instructions into native VLIW instructions in real time with minimal overhead.

Azimuth chips integrate plenty of features on-die to support its many potential applications, all with a power draw low enough to fit into a variety of mobile and embedded devices. Hardware-level virtualization is fully supported, with 2 logical partitions per processor core. Bitwise operations are supported in hardware for efficient and fast logic. It implements Secure Boot and No-Execute Bit technology, integrates a hardware-based random number generator for generating strong cryptographic keys, and features instructions for accelerating common (AES, SHA) and Riysian algorithms, extending pervasive, strong security down to the lowest level. An on-die thermal sensor allows the chip to more efficiently manage its own power consumption. An Azimuth SoC also has an integrated GPU, and two Digital Signal Processing (DSP) cores, allowing the SoC to natively process graphical and signal input and output without any additional devices. The memory controller supports two channels of DDR4-2400 or LPDDR4-2400 RAM memory, with a maximum size of 4 GB per channel. An integrated RF transceiver allows the chip to connect through modern (4G LTE) and older-generation (2G/3G) mobile networks, WiFi, and Bluetooth, as well as provide location functionality through GPS. And, to connect an Azimuth chip with the rest of its parent device or to add to its functionality, its on-die controllers supports plenty of port connections, including PCIe, Ethernet, and USB ports.

The Azimuth SoC is currently produced using MAH Mikroelektroniyat's proprietary 28 nm HKMG node process, and features three different variants, the N2800, the N2804, and the N2808. Each variant is aimed at a different market segment based on its power draw and performance, such as smartphones, automobiles, and embedded devices (N2800); entry-level tablets and network edge devices (N2804); and thin clients and other light mobile computing such as tablets and laptops (N2808).

Azimuth N2800

Price: $63 (N2800)| $72 (N2804)| $89 (N2808)
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The Azimuth N2800 series is the first and currently only Azimuth series SoC being produced, combining MAH Mikroelektroniyat's Constellation VLIW architecture and its reliable, cheap 28 nm HKMG proprietary process to create an efficient, multipurpose SoC. Azimuth chipsets have between 2 to 8 CPU cores clocked at 512 MHz, as well as two DSP cores clocked at 300 MHz each, an integrated GPU with 16 universal shaders/8 texture mapping units, an RF transceiver, and a memory controller with two memory channels each supporting up to 4 GB LPDDR4-2400 memory. Despite running at 512 MHz on a 28 nm process, Azimuth chips have comparable processing power to a significantly more expensive 14 nm chip running at 1.4 GHz, all with a power draw low enough to be used in fanless designs.

There are three models of the Azimuth series, the 2-core N2800, the 4-core N2804, and the 8-core N2808. Delivering an impressive 8 GFLOPS of CPU performance with less than 5 W of power draw, the N2800 is aimed at high-end smartphones and other embedded applications. With an average TDP of under 7.5 W, the N2804 provides higher performance than the base model to match the needs of various mobile computing and networking devices. Finally, the N2808, with a TDP of less than 15 W, provides exceptional computing power for notebook computers and high-end tablets alike without severe thermal throttling.

SpecificationsN2800N2804N2808
Process28 nm28 nm28 nm
ArchitectureConstellation 512-bit VLIWConstellation 512-bit VLIWConstellation 512-bit VLIW
CPU base clock rate512 MHz512 MHz512 MHz
CPU max clock rate650 MHz650 MHz650 MHz
CPU cores248
Max threads (1 per core)248
Performance (base, 64-bit dual precision)8.0 GFLOPS16.0 GFLOPS32.0 GFLOPS
Performance (base, 32-bit single precision)16.0 GFLOPS32.0 GFLOPS64.0 GFLOPS
Memory type2 channels LPDDR4-4267/LPDDR3-21332 channels LPDDR4-4267/LPDDR3-21332 channels LPDDR4-4267/LPDDR3-2133
Max memory8 GB8 GB8 GB
Registers128 general purpose, 128 floating point, 64 predicate128 general purpose, 128 floating point, 64 predicate128 general purpose, 128 floating point, 64 predicate
L1 cache (SRAM)128 kb instruction, 64 kb data per core128 kb instruction, 64 kb data per core128 kb instruction, 64 kb data per core
L2 cache (SRAM)2 MB universal shared4 MB universal shared8 MB universal shared
Integrated GPUCustom 540 MHz, 16 USCs/8 TMUs/1 ROP, 512 kb cacheCustom 540 MHz, 16 USCs/8 TMUs/1 ROP, 512 kb cacheCustom 540 MHz, 16 USCs/8 TMUs/1 ROP, 512 kb cache
GPU Performance (32-bit)207.4 GFLOPS207.4 GFLOPS207.4 GFLOPS
Integrated DSP2 custom cores, 350 MHz each2 custom cores, 350 MHz each2 custom cores, 350 MHz each
Integrated wireless connectivity2G (GSM)/3G (UTMS/CDMA2000)/4G (LTE) mobile telephony, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS/GLONASS2G (GSM)/3G (UTMS/CDMA2000)/4G (LTE) mobile telephony, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS/GLONASS2G (GSM)/3G (UTMS/CDMA2000)/4G (LTE) mobile telephony, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS/GLONASS
Integrated I/O2 PCIe 3.0 x4 ports, 1 10GbE port, 2 1GbE ports, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 SATA ports2 PCIe 3.0 x4 ports, 1 10GbE port, 2 1GbE ports, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 SATA ports2 PCIe 3.0 x4 ports, 1 10GbE port, 2 1GbE ports, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 SATA ports
Base power draw3.8 W5.7 W11.5 W
Max power draw5.0 W7.5 W15.0 W


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Customer Information
Name of the procuring customer: Paiva Sohii
Name of the official representative (if applicable):
Customer's home nation (full name): Republuc of Norja

Purchasing Information
Products to buy (list types and quantity below): 2 Elektron/480

Any special requests for your order?: nothjng
Any additional information or questions?: could you like to apply route in Norja Airways? Thanks
Republic of Norja
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To: Mrs. Sidra al-Qatabi, Vice President of Marketing, MAH Mikroelektroniyat; Riysian Arab Republic.
From: Leonard Bancroft, Chief Communications Officer; Royal Bancroft Bankcorp.
Subject: Application.
Encryption: Highest.



Dear Mrs. Sidra al-Qatabi,

I am contacting your company on this day to make a sizable purchase of your high quality equipment. Here at Royal Bancroft Bankcorp, we are strong believers in economic prosperity and financial stability. This is why we offer our clients 24/7 customer support over the phone and/or online; it's also the reason why we utilize the best in cyber security, offer multiple bank account options for a customer's varying needs/wants, and provide a wide range of financial advisory services. From national governments storing their wealth, to businesses seeking loans, and to the local family managing their bank account, Royal Bancroft Bankcorp stands ready to provide the greatest service possible no matter the time, place, or client. If you're looking to purchase or sell gold/silver, list Bonds/Stock, seek out a Loan, use our business App, or purchase Commoner currency, look no further then to Royal Bancroft Bankcorp!

We are contacting you today to acquire equipment for planned expansion in our bank branch locations. Specifically, we are projected to open one thousand or more banking locations, several dozen data centers to support our infrastructure, and probably several thousand ATMs within the next three years. Our native Commoner equipment suppliers, however, have tried to cash in on our success by hiking prices on the equipment we require; this, along with other dubious behaviors by our local suppliers, is what brought us to your corporation. Our first purchase here should cover most of our planned openings within the next three years or so, but if they don't and we find your equipment to be as effective as advertised, expect Royal Bancroft Bankcorp to continue its patronage here - especially if our local suppliers don't shape up or improve alongside foreign competitors such as yourself. You will find our application bellow with the required information, and our estimated $10,034,298,500 NSD fee is ready to be transferred once our contracted order is confirmed. Thank you and please have financially sound day!


Sincerely,
Leonard Bancroft, CCO
Royal Bancroft Bankcorp





Customer Information
Name of the procuring customer: Royal Bancroft Bankcorp.
Name of the official representative (if applicable): Leonard Bancroft, Chief Communications Officer.
Customer's home nation (full name): The Empire of Common Territories.

Purchasing Information
Products to buy (list types and quantity below): 6,550 K729 Servers, 1,600 K719 Servers, 150 Electron/480 Mainframes, 6,900 Wolfram K749 Servers, 58,500 K759 Servers, and 10 Elektron/490 Mainframes.

Any special requests for your order?: Please ensure that labels and other required reading material is either in German or English.
Any additional information or questions?: We are making this purchase mostly to challenge our local suppliers to play better, but if we find our new equipment to be better suited for our needs, we may come back for our next round of upgrades/expansion equipment. The $10,034,298,500 NSD fee will be deposited to your desired account(s) when confirmation has been received.

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Recipient: Mr. Paiva Sohii, Norja Airways
Subject: Order
Sender: Heather al-Haraki, Chief Sales Representative Northern Europe

Good morning Mr. Sohii,

I hope this finds you in good health. We at MAH Mikroelektroniyat thank you for choosing us to supply your company with reliable, effective computing solutions, and we hope that you find our products to exceed your expectations.

Your invoice is:
-Elektron/480 mainframes x2 = $6,304,580
Total = $6,304,580




Both mainframes are available immediately, and should be delivered to your company within the next 2 weeks.

We look forward to seeing you and your enterprise soon again!

Signed,
Heather al-Haraki, Chief Sales Representative (Northern European Region)
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Recipient: Mr. Leonard Bancroft, Royal Bancroft Bankcorp
Subject: Application
Sender: Sidra al-Qatabi, Vice President of Marketing

Good morning Mr. Bancroft,

I hope this finds you in good health. We at MAH Mikroelektroniyat thank you for your very generous order, and choice to rely on our reliable, effective computing solutions for the mission critical aspects of your financial corporation.

Your invoice is:
-Elektron/480 mainframes x150 = 472,843,500
-Elektron/490 mainframes x10 = $122,263,100
-Wolfram K719 servers x1,600 = $48,544,000
-Wolfram K729 servers x6,550 = $486,861,500
-Wolfram K749 servers x6,900 = $857,228,400
-Wolfram K759 servers x58,500 = $8,046,558,000
Total = $10,034,298,500









Due to the size of your order, we will have to deliver it in stages. By the end of this month, all Elektron/490 and 20 Elektron/480 mainframes will be delivered, as well as all Wolfram K719, K729, and 100 K759 servers. By the end of September, all Wolfram K749 and 17,850 K759 servers will be delivered, along with 45 Elektron/480 mainframes. By the end of October, 24,750 Wolfram K759 servers will be delivered, along with 55 Elektron/480 mainframes. Finally, by the end of November, the remaining 15,800 Wolfram K759 and 30 Elektron/480 mainframes will be delivered.

We hope that we exceed your expectations, and we look forward to hearing back from Royal Bancroft soon!

Signed,
Sidra al-Qatabi, Vice President of Marketing
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