The HP family of servers is characterized by various technologies, models, and architectural solutions. In this way, HP allows the customer to build server platforms and choose the most appropriate configurations for the tasks, performance, scalability, availability, cost, and lifetime.
Standard features of HP server solutions:
- intelligent fault avoidance functions, which are built-in tools capable of diagnosing, predicting, and triggering system response to potential emergency conditions;
- software and hardware-based resource scaling functions that allow dynamic reconfiguration of server resources according to changing business requirements, loads, user profiles, and other conditions;
- Implement the concept of virtual presence, i.e., complete remote control without the need for physical access to servers;
- We have certified standard architectural solutions for both geographically distributed and centralized systems.
Pedestal (tower) HP servers
They are designed offline as a platform for independent or loosely related tasks.
Designed for use in standard office environments.
They are based on Intel® Itanium® 2, AMD Opteron™, and Intel® Xeon®.
Rack optimized (rack) HP servers
We are focused on rack installation (rack) and integration with other hardware components, such as external disk arrays, tape libraries, switches, and uninterrupted power supplies, to create an information processing center platform tailored to the specifics of the tasks to be solved.
Implemented with Intel® Itanium® 2, AMD Opteron™, Intel® Xeon processors®
High-performance (super scalable) HP servers.
They are focused on solving the most resource-intensive tasks that require processing terabytes of information, performing several hundred thousand or millions of transactions per minute, supporting simultaneous work of thousands of users, and multiple scalabilities of resources.
It is based on Intel®Itanium® 2 processors.
Ultratight (blade) HP servers
Ensure the transition from the concept of building a platform based on a plurality of geographically separated servers for light applications to a consolidated processing center, in which each server is presented as a board with the possibility of hot replacement; The panels are combined with high-speed buses and a centralized power supply, cooling and control system.
They are based on Intel® Itanium® 2, AMD Opteron™, and Intel® Xeon®.
Failover (NonStop) HP servers
Provide complete fault tolerance and linear scalability up to 4,080 CPUs. Do not interrupt the application if any components fail.
They are based on Intel® Itanium® 2 and MIPS processors.
Servers for Telecom Solutions (carrier grade) HP
Designed to work in racks with telecommunication equipment, operate at low voltage, DC, have unique interfaces with telecommunication equipment, and meet relevant standards.
They are based on Intel® Itanium® 2 and Intel® Xeon®processors.
Dell is committed to simplifying IT infrastructure by reducing cost and complexity. The proposed approaches make it possible to make the daily work of enterprises based on innovation rather than on long-term goals. As a result, businesses operate faster, better and more efficiently. Dell's priority is to create a complete line of enterprise solutions that help lower your total cost of ownership and improve your return on investment. The Dell Solution Center web pages provide enterprise customers with all the resources and information they need to know about the latest technology, innovative services and forward-looking collaboration programs.
Dell offers all types of business servers, including rack servers, blade servers, file servers, print servers, network servers, and virtualization centers. Dell PowerEdge servers are built with industry-standard architecture and are seamlessly and seamlessly integrated to simplify infrastructure and improve information resource efficiency. Dell Servers are reliable, scalable servers that meet all application needs, from file handling and printing to virtualization.
General features of Dell server solutions:
Tower Servers - Suitable for enterprises looking to build their own server network. There is room for growth as businesses develop.
Servers with one socket for a dual-core or quad-core processor in a tower chassis.
Servers for small workgroups interested in entry-level servers.
Servers for growing small businesses looking for an entry-level 1-socket server for simple file sharing, centralization and collaboration.
Dell Enhanced Servers
For enterprises that require high productivity, flexibility, simplified system management and high efficiency.
For small and medium enterprises, as well as remote offices interested in high resiliency and ease of management.
For remote locations and growing enterprises looking for exceptional server virtualization and server federation, systems management and energy efficiency. The servers are designed to operate in a typical office environment.
Rack optimized HP servers
HP ultra-dense (blade) servers
Designed for rack mounting and integration with other hardware components, such as external disk arrays, tape libraries, switches, uninterruptible power supplies, to create a data center platform that meets the specifics of the tasks being solved.
Available on Intel® Itanium® 2, AMD Opteron ™, Intel® Xeon® processors.
Move from a multi-server platform concept for lightweight applications to a consolidated data center where each server is hot-pluggable; the boards are united by high-speed buses and a centralized system of power supply, cooling and control.
Available on Intel® Itanium® 2, AMD Opteron ™, Intel® Xeon® processors.
IBM servers from the legendary American manufacturer are known all over the world as reliable and affordable IT solutions. IBM servers are easy to use, have excellent energy efficiency and a wide range of configuration options. The list of servers offered by IBM is System x, Power Systems, BladeCenter, System i, and System z.
System x IBM servers
System x servers are a comprehensive family of solutions that provide unmatched reliability and serviceability in their class. IBM servers on the Intel platform are capable of solving the most critical tasks - from the execution of individual applications to the construction of powerful computing systems and corporate storage systems.
IBM leveraged its vast experience in server-side innovation to create standard architecture servers. The IBM X-Architecture and IBM Enterprise X-Architecture concepts, as well as the third-generation server architecture, the IBM Xtended Design Architecture, is the integration of IBM's time-proven RISC and mainframe technologies into Intel processor-based systems. For example, IBM is the only x86 system on the market that can build 32-processor configurations.
System x servers are categorized into:
Servers with Intel and AMD processors for rack installation. These are standard architecture servers with the ability to scale computing power as your business grows. Their main strengths are ease of maintenance, small footprint and traditional reliability of IBM server solutions for Windows and Linux environments.
Servers with Intel and AMD processors in a separate box. These are standard architecture servers in a separate casing, ready for a wide range of tasks.
High-performance Intel-servers IBM
High-performance Intel servers are extremely reliable IBM Intel servers that are the ideal foundation for building powerful computing centers for Windows and Linux environments, including large-scale clusters running mission-critical 64-bit applications. One of the distinctive features of this type of server is the ability to create a computing node with 32 cores based on Intel processors.
Power Systems - IBM servers based on the POWER processor architecture, are the benchmark for performance, reliability and configuration flexibility for corporate Unix and Linux environments. The latest versions of the POWER processor incorporate the most advanced innovations that make IBM RISC servers ideal for enterprise environments where performance and high service availability are emphasized. IBM-supplied POWER ™ processor-based systems offer maximum performance and modularity that are easy to scale to meet your business needs. This productivity assurance enables you to focus on business innovation without the hassle of the constraints and flexibility of your IT infrastructure.
The wide range of IBM Power Systems solutions that are used for management and also enable high availability have the following benefits:
- lightweight server management;
- improved consistency between IT and business operations;
- reduction in power supply costs;
- increased flexibility, computational availability;
- reducing the cost of system administration;
- reducing the cost of powering the data center;
- reducing the time required for work on weekends;
- reduction of system downtime in emergency cases;
- improved service management as well as data center.
Compared to traditional server architectures, the IBM BladeCenter architecture offers better manageability, lower power consumption, serviceability, ease of deployment, and increases the complexity and power of the system as needed.
The BladeCenter chassis has remained unchanged since 2002, when IBM began shipping blades. This protects customers' investments and provides the ability to grow resources as the business grows using the latest technologies. The BladeCenter chassis accommodates blade servers with a range of processor types - Intel® Xeon®, IBM PowerPC, AMD Opteron, as well as integrated switches and storage systems from vendors such as Cisco, Nortel, Brocade, QLogic, and McDATA.
IBM Blade servers are:
- proven advanced platform for building a company's IT infrastructure;
- modular architecture allows the expansion of computing resources when needed;
- long-term investment protection with support for future technologies;
- the broadest ecosystem of partners, open specifications and standard components provide exceptional flexibility;
- maximum performance and functionality in a power-limited environment;
- architecture with full redundancy of all components to significantly improve RAS performance (reliability, availability, serviceability);
- advanced system management tools IBM Systems Director provide automation of IT tasks and autonomy of work;
- the simplicity and integration of the infrastructure provide cost savings.
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions server range is diverse. It has both low-cost architecture-based systems and powerful UNIX systems designed for special tasks.
The PRIMERGY family is based on standard architecture servers and is divided into:
Fujitsu Servers PRIMERGY TX Series
The PRIMERGY TX series servers are industry standard tower servers that deliver exceptional efficiency, reliability and the highest levels of performance. PRIMERGY TX servers are built on Futjitsu's more than 20 years of experience in providing sustainable solutions. As a result, TX servers deliver industry-leading performance per watt of power consumption and help reduce environmental impact and operating costs. Due to the fact that the role of a server room in many companies is often played by a utility room, the server case must provide not only serviceability or cooling, but also sufficient survivability in such conditions. (Systems of this series can be mounted in a rack, if the need arises.) There are also interesting small-sized modifications (with low noise level) intended for installation in office premises.
Fujitsu servers PRIMERGY RX series
The PRIMERGY RX series servers are designed for installation in standard 19 "industrial racks. RX systems are adapted to different installation and use options: a single server in a rack of an external data center, a corporate server farm, clusters, groups of application servers, etc. The range of hardware configurations is also very wide. In this series, there are models based on both Intel and AMD processors (mainly, of course, Intel; AMD CPUs are used mainly in economy models).
Fujitsu Blade Servers
As the famous rule states, blade systems take up half the space, consume three times less energy and are four times cheaper than conventional servers of similar power. The Fujitsu lineup includes both standalone systems (PRIMERGY BX) and complete solutions (PRIMERGY BladeFrame). These systems (like most blade solutions) are aimed at large data centers with a lot of servers, and they can be considered as a kind of quintessence of server development. Servers offer tremendous expansion and scalability (even at the level of each compute module, in particular, by increasing the number of CPUs, and thanks to the original chassis design). The PRIMERGY BX600 chassis is 7U high with up to 10 blades and the BX900 at 10U has 18 blades. Duplicate control modules are provided, including console), etc. Several configurations of "blades" are available, differing in characteristics and price).
Pixel LLC offers servers manufactured by Intel: from low-cost solutions based on single-processor systems based on the Intel Xeon 3000 processor to high-performance business solutions based on a four-processor platform based on Intel Itanium 2 processors. All Intel servers are highly reliable and scalable.
Intel uniprocessor solutions
Rack-optimized and designed to provide highly integrated solutions for customers with limited funds.
These scalable and affordable systems offer increased flexibility in terms of storage and security. Ideal for growing companies, they are designed for Web servers, HPC and other business-intensive applications.
1U system. Memory capacity up to 32GB by ECC error correction code, two Ethernet Intel® PRO / 1000 controllers, 2 SATA drives, RAID, 1U RACK version.
5U or Tower system. Memory capacity up to 32GB ECC, two Ethernet Intel® PRO / 1000 controllers, up to 6 HDD SATA or SAS, DVD.
Intel dual-processor solutions
Server systems represent the latest generation of Intel enterprise solutions optimized for rack servers. These scalable and affordable systems offer increased flexibility in terms of storage and security. Ideal for growing companies, they are designed for high-volume database servers.
This family of systems is compatible with the latest Intel® Xeon® multi-core processors with a FSB operating at 667 MHz, 1066 MHz, or 1333 MHz and supports five low profile I / O connectors. The systems are designed to be placed in a confined physical space.
1U, 2U, 5U, Tower system. Memory capacity up to 192GB, two hot-plug power supplies, two Ethernet Intel® PRO / 1000 controllers, up to 10 HDD SATA or SAS HotSwap, RAID, DVD.
Intel Quad Processor Systems
The server system supports four Intel® Xeon® processor 7300 series quad-cores or four Intel® Xeon® 7200 series dual-core processors for highly scalable performance on each server system. The Intel Server System has a modern processor, large memory capacity, highly efficient I / O resources and significant bandwidth, making it an excellent virtualization solution. Combining these benefits with the highest consolidation reliability, the Intel Server System is the best choice for data-intensive computing solutions.
4U system. Xeon 7000 series processor. Up to 256GB of memory, RAID and hot-swappable, up to eight HDD 2.5-inch SATA / SAS HotAwap hard drives, two 1570 W hot-plug power supplies, hot-plug PCI Express modules, two Ethernet controllers Intel® PRO / 1000.