1U Multi-purpose Server：SV300G2
2U Multi-purpose Server：SV320G2
1U Multi-purpose ServerSlim design for all your applications
|Processor||Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 V3/V4 series|
|Memory||Up to 512GB; 8GB/16GB/32GB
DDR4 up to 2133MT/s; 16 DIMM Slots
|Chipset||Intel® C610 series|
|System Bus||Intel® Quick Path Interconnect (QPI) links;
6.4 GT/s; 8.0 GT/s; 9.6 GT/s
|RAID Functions||RAID 0/1/10 on PCH|
|Storage||Ten 2.5" hot-plug drive bays:
● SAS SSD, SATA SSD
● SAS HDD (10K rpm, 15K rpm)
● Nearline SAS HDD (7.2K rpm)
● SATA HDD (7.2K rpm)
|Expansion Slots||One PCI-E x16 half-length, full-height slot
One PCI-E x8 half-length, full-height slot
Two PCI-E x8 mezzanine slots:
● Dual 10GbE DA/SFP+ ports (option)
● SAS6G / SAS12G HBA card (option)
|VGA||ASPEED AST2300 iBMC chip|
IPMI V2.0 compliant with iKVM support
Cluster Manager (option)
One 1GbE management port
Two 1GbE LAN ports
|Power Supply||Two 650W hot-swap redundant with Platinum efficiency|
|Power Consumption||230W (Idle); 650W (Max)|
43.5 (H) * 436 (W) * 710 (D) (mm)
|OS Support List||Windows® Server 2012 R2 RedHat® Enterprise Linux® 7.0 CentOS 6.5 (64 bits) Citrix (XenServer) 6.5|
Bandwidth throttling to limit the speed of responses. Support web applications and web services with the compact combination of High-computing and high power efficiency.
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Balance high performance with power consumption to store and process complex data and minimize data movement.
HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System) stores a large amount of data placed across multiple machines, typically in hundreds and thousands of simultaneously connected nodes, and provides data reliability by replicating each data instance as three different copies - two in one group and one in another. These copies may be replaced, in the event of failure.
|Category||File Title||Release Date||Actions|
|User Manual||SV300G2 BIOS UM||2016/07/19||Download|
|User Manual||SV300G2 BMC UM||2016/07/19||Download|
|User Manual||SV300G2 User Manual||2016/07/19||Download|
|User Manual||SV300G2 Maintenance||2016/07/19||Download|
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