|Price incl. VAT||£338.87|
|Price excl. VAT||£282.39|
|Return products within two months £16.94 Possibility to return products within two months||
Dell ranks among the leading server manufacturers in the world. The new PowerEdge T20 model has a small Mini Tower format, but offers fairly rich expansion options. It can serve as a central document storage or run a small business system. Its compact size and minimal noise mean it does not require a special air-conditioned room.
The server is powered by a dual-core Intel processor backed by 4 GB RAM, which is expandable to 32 GB. This reasonably priced version also offers one 500 GB hard drive. It is a solid start, but chances are that you would need to expand the storage in the future. The server’s total storage capacity can be expanded to a stunning 13 TB. Another option is to use modern USB 3.0 external hard drives; the server supports up to four. An Intel I217 gigabit network card handles the server connectivity.
Expansion HDD bays:
4x 3.5" internal (1 occupied) - max. capacity 4 x 3 TB
2x 2.5" internal (after purchasing expansion kit) - max. 2x 500 GB
Microsoft Windows Server 2012
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 6.5
This American multinational corporation based in Round Rock (Texas, USA) is a leading player in the field of information technology. The Dell brand carries the hallmark of quality and is known throughout the world. In 2010, it ranked fifth in the poll of most admired computer companies.
Dell's operations are incredibly broad - the company can be found not only in personal computers, servers, storage devices, switches, software and peripherals, but also HDTV, cameras, printers and MP3 players. The company, whose history began in 1984, now ranks among the giants in the field.
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