The rack server is the IT powerhouse of small businesses. Rack mount servers provide superior processing power in a small footprint. These servers allow IT teams to expand computer and storage capacity easily. Businesses can start with a small server rack and add individual servers as the company grows and data center requirements evolve.PowerEdge rack servers offer industry-leading technology that can improve performance, scale easily and simplify IT while providing superior processing power for a diverse set of workloads.
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PowerEdge rack servers offer a complete portfolio of devices in various form factors, and up to four sockets for processors. Enhanced memory speeds, faster NVMe storage options, and BIOS tuning make it easy to match performance to various workloads for ultimate efficiency.There are also additional benefits of PowerEdge rack servers. These servers are typically built with all of the needed components. This is ideal for organizations that may require a rack server as a standalone system, but they can also offer additional protection from the elements. The PowerEdge portfolio includes everything from 1U servers for small business applications to 2U servers for software-defined storage and media streaming to 4U servers built for GPU database acceleration. And with flexible configuration options, IT teams can easily build a server to meet the business’s exact needs.Features of PowerEdge rack servers include:
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What is a rack server?A rack server is a server mounted within a framework that enables multiple servers to be stacked vertically. Rack servers come in a standard width – usually 19 inches – but with varying heights that allow different servers to contain more or fewer components. A 1U server occupies one unit within the server rack or roughly 1.75 inches in height. Rack servers are typically available in sizes from 1U to 5U.What are the advantages of a rack server vs. a blade server or tower server?Tower servers are standalone devices that resemble a desktop computer. Their cost and adaptability make them ideal for smaller businesses that don't require many servers. When more servers are needed, tower servers can quickly consume too much space, as they occupy a large footprint.Rack servers enable multiple devices to occupy a smaller footprint. Installation within a server rack makes server management and organization of cabling and components simpler. Rack servers make it easy to expand capacity by adding additional servers, and the cost of cooling and power consumption is typically less than blade servers.Blade servers are thin circuit boards housed in a server enclosure containing multiple servers side-by-side. Each board has a minimal amount of components, enabling many servers to reside within a small footprint. Blade servers share common components like switches, ports, and power connectors through the chassis, providing greater server density. While blade servers offer more processing power in a smaller amount of space, they also require more ventilation. And the upfront cost of acquiring blade servers can be higher than rack or tower servers.
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