rack server

rack server

A server housed in a horizontal case 1.75" high that mounts in a rack. A large datacenter may have thousands of rack servers, which if housed in tower cases would take up five times as much space. See rack mounted.
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Principled Technologies (PT) tested the Oracle Database performance of a new, four-socket, 3U Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 rack server with 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and compared it to the performance of a legacy four-socket, 4U Dell PowerEdge R920 server.
(1) Compared to previous products Compared to actual measured values from the existing PRIMERGY RX1330 M3 1U rack server.
ASUS Middle East announced that the RS700-E9 series rack server and WS C621E SAGE workstation motherboard have been awarded 18 top results by the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) for benchmarks measuring computing-intensive performance, including the SPECrate A 2017_Integer, SPECrate 2017_fp, and SPECint_rate 2006 metrics.
launched today includes the entry-level ThinkServer RS140, a 1U rack server for
PowerEdge R820 rack server optimised for dense virtualization and scalable database applications.
IBM unveiled a new category rack server, the IBM System x3750, a streamlined, entry four-processor offering created for technical computing and other floating-point intensive workloads.
For example, the new PowerEdge R820 rack server with an E5-4600 chip is 43 percent faster compared to the previous generation PowerEdge R710 using comparable previous-generation Intel processors.
The company announced the two-socket ThinkServer RD230 and RD240 rack server, and the ThinkServer TD230 tower server, all of which are powered by six-core Intel processors.
The Primergy RX900 S1 x86 eight-socket rack server offers high-levels of reliability for scale-up applications previously dominated by expensive and proprietary RISC/Unix systems, a statement said.
EoACAo Fujitsu today announces the global availability of a new performance class of industry-standard servers to drive x86 economical benefits into the mission-critical computing realm, the new PRIMERGY RX900 S1 x86 eight-socket rack server.[1] The PRIMERGY RX900 S1 offers the financial sector, public sector, and a broadening range of industries with the high-levels of reliability for scale-up applications previously dominated by expensive and proprietary RISC/Unix systems.
The E-9525R is a 2U dense, dual Xeon high performance rack server featuring Intel's Blackford Chipset and processor technology.