small form factor


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small form factor

Equipment that is smaller than other products in the same category. For example, a mini PC is a small-form factor (SFF) device. See form factor and mini PC.
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is recognized as an industry leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories.
Most servers will see an increase the number of drives from 50% to 100% when they adopt the small form factor. The smaller drives make it possible to populate a 1U server with 4 or 6 drives instead of just 2, and therefore deploy a solid RAID 5 configuration.
Epiq Solutions is a company committed to developing state-of-the-art software defined radio platforms and sensors that push the limits of small form factor, integration and low power consumption.
SFX Form Factor: Designed for high performance small form factor systems.
released its second generation SuperCube2, a fan-less small form factor computer equipped with a powerful Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor.
"Continuing our commitment to the industry's fastest-growing segment — 2.5-inch drives — WD is updating our small form factor SAS offering with the advanced technology of our third-generation drive, including a new 900 GB capacity point," said Darwin Kauffman, VP of enterprise storage solutions, WD.
Dell has updated its commercial line of OptiPlex desktops with new small form factor PCs that provide organisations a robust, energy-efficient platform for flexible, secure and reliable desktop computing.
Seagate introduces savvio 10k.3 small form factor enterprise drive; delivering record-setting capacity, reliability, and power savings
Shuttle Inc, City Of Industry, Calif., a leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor systems and components, has unveiled the world's first quad-core powered small-form-factor workstations.
The small form factor (SFF) SAS drives require about half the power of 15K SCSI drives and as a result generate less heat.
Within pico, micro and small form factor environments, the TCI6482 allows OEMs to offer carriers a cost effective solution for improving coverage in campus environments, elevators, basements and other areas where access to the wireless network is traditionally limited.

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