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Uniprocessor server performance and equipment, sufficient for basic tasks in startups and small businesses. This machine provides all the relevant...
The FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY RX1330 M2 is a mono-socket rack server designed to meet small budgets by delivering highest energy efficiency and a rich set of optional expansions to meet individual demands. Optimized for infrastructure and communication applications as well as administration and small file server, this 1U systems features up to 64 GB RAM, up to 3 PCIe slots and up to 10 hard disk drives.
The Dell PowerEdge T330 tower server provides excellent performance, reliability, and a great price/performance ratio. It is ideal for smaller businesses and offices that require an efficient workflow.
Single processor server designed especially for smaller or medium-sized Companies. Great base for creating new and less congested networks. Ideal...
The HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server delivers a 1U chassis with up to two processors, delivering an optimal unit that combines high-performance, low energy consumption, improved uptime, and increased density. Leveraging Intel’s latest E5-2600 v4 processors with 21% performance gain, plus the latest HPE 2400MHz DDR4 SmartMemory supporting up to 3 TB and up to 23% performance increase.
A server is a computer, or a running instance of an application, capable of responding client’s requests via client-server architecture. Servers can be formed by disc stations (mostly for home and office use), regular computers (tower servers), or professional server racks.
Servers are connected to other computers via network; they can be used by all the people on the network with a proper authorization (username and password) for sharing drives, printers, etc. The internet itself is also run by special kinds of servers, ensuring the availability of webpages and providing services such as DNS, e-mail, and others. Every server must of course be equipped with software specifically designed for it.
Home servers are perfect for sharing, backup, and managing documents in smaller networks as well as controlling the printer from various PCs (print servers). Generally, you can also access them from the internet. Professional business servers, on the other hand, require much more powerful hardware components, which ensure high stability, reliability, and overall problem-free performance.
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