|Price incl. VAT||£2,709|
|Price excl. VAT||£2,257.50|
Mono socket rack server in a 2U package which guarantees smooth operation of small and medium-sized enterprise networks. It is suitable as a reliable basis for starting or growing business.
A single-processor 2U rack server designed to smoothly handle small and medium-size business networks or serve as a solid basis for starting or growing businesses. Its format indicates it is designed for server racks, but it offers enough space and flexibility for potential adjustments. The basic version features very solid specs, but the key lies in its expandability. You can add a second processor, expand the server’s memory, or add a controller or extra hard drive to accurately respond to the needs of your company’s growth and development.
The server is based on the Intel C610 chipset, powered by a hexa-core Ivy Bridge-EN Intel Xeon E5-2620 v3 processor. The server’s computational capacity can be further expanded by adding a second processor. The processor is backed by 16 GB DDR3 RAM with ECC protection, which can be expanded via 12 available slots.
The network connection is handled through a network card with 4 connectors and 1 Gbps speed. Remote server management can be efficiently carried out via the modern HP iLO standard. The server also has an optical DVD drive and two 15,000 RPM hard drives with a total capacity of 600 GB. Supports RAID 0/1/10/5/50/6/60 technology for extra data security. A practical hot-plug 500W power supply (92% efficient) provides a reliable and economical source of power.
Slots: 12 DDR3 RDIMM ECC memory module slots
Mounted modules: 2x 8 GB DDR3 1600 MHz; ECC Registered
Disks and controllers:
HP Smart Array P440ar/2GB (RAID 0/1/1+0/5/5+0/6/6+0)
Mounted disks: 2x 300 GB, 6G SAS, 15 000 RPM, 2.5" SFF
Integrated 1 Gb 331i Adapter (4x 10/100/1000 Mbps)
Remote management: HP Integrated Lights-Out (HP iLO)
8x 2.5" SFF HDD
8x 2.5" SFF HDD for additional cage
Hewlett-Packard was founded in the difficult times of the Great Depression. The founders were a pair of friends whose name the company still proudly bears. They started their business in an unobtrusive garage near the city of Palo Alto. It is now a national monument. HP’s success lay not in copying existing products, but in the ability and courage to come up with something new.
The first commercial triumph was an oscillator that surpassed all competition in quality, yet sold at a quarter of the price. In 1968, HP released their first desktop computer - a desktop calculator. The company currently manufactures products primarily related to computer technology - computers and laptops, printers, scanners, digital cameras, servers, and last but not least, calculators.
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