high-density server


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high-density server

A server that contains a large number of CPUs, each of which may be hot swapped in and out on its own printed circuit board. See blade.
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Samsung will focus on flexible supply and investment, and expanding value-added sales through high-density server DRAM and differentiated products such as HBM2 and LPDDR4X.
The primary communications channel in high-performance, high-density server systems.
If you are wondering about the memory capacity and virtualization capabilities of the processor, and just how well it would fit in the high-density server rack environment, you will find the answer reveals server applications were exactly what ARM was thinking about when designing the Cortex A15.
Available in storage capacities of 12U to 48U, Tripp Lite's new high-performance wall mount and rack enclosures are designed to provide economical solutions for high-density server and networking applications in IT environments.
"Ten Steps to Solving Cooling Problems Caused by High-Density Server Deployment." APC White Paper 42, Revision 2.
The DX 2.0 provides 24/7 out-of-band BIOS level management for the high-density server room and data centre and offers five main functions - KVM switching and control, Serial control, user management, power management and remote access.
Product extends the "mini-computer room" concept to the requirements of high-density server and communications equipment.
The high-density (12W/[in.sup.3]) design and high-availability features make the new DS model suitable for high-density server applications as well as data-com, data storage, medical and industrial applications.
(NASDAQ: SMCI) has introduced new compact high-density server solutions that will support Intel's highly anticipated future Xeon(R) Processor E3-1200 V3 product family.
The preconfigured Core VPR "Viper" server cabinet is designed to accept high-density server deployments.
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