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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The primary communications channel in high-performance, high-density server systems.
The preconfigured Core VPR "Viper" server cabinet is designed to accept high-density server deployments.
Early analog KVM units helped simplify administration of high-density server racks, but distance limitations required that they be placed near servers, handicapping their utility.
This workshop will explore how the "racking and stacking" of servers in a virtualized environment can result in power and cooling challenges, particularly the limitations that are made evident when attempting to air-cool mid or high-density server racks.
The introduction of the Huawei FusionServer E9000 Converged Architecture Blade Server and FusionServer X6800 High-Density Server highlights how Huaweis is striving to forge a new hyper-scale data center ecosystem.
Multiple server and storage trends and technology advances are driving the need for Gen 5 fibre channel, including the increased number and size of applications; high-density server virtualisation;solid-state drives (SSDs) and flash-based storage; and new 16 Gbps disk arrays.
Currently dominated by discrete dual-channel RAID host bus adapters, high-density server form factors and higher RAID take rates are driving the increase of lower-cost single-channel adapters and integrated RAID on motherboard solutions.
A high-density server positioned for data centers, its innovative build and system architecture guarantee efficient and reliable operating while maximizing computing and energy efficiency.
These high-density server environments have implications for data storage, especially with high-density, high-performance blade s and bricks scheduled to ship in 2002 and 2003.
Adaptec has licensed the MIPS64 5Kc processor core for implementation in products targeted at high-density server systems while Agilent has licensed the MIPS64 20Kc processor core for use in its SoC designs.
APPRO offers a series of solutions, ranging from the 1U ATX Server with a 600 Mhz Pentium III processor to a 4U High-Density Server with dual 700 Mhz processors.
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