4U16N Multi-node Computing ServerFlexible and High Density 4U16N multi-node server for data center
|Processor||Intel ® Xeon® D processors|
|Processor Sockets||4U16N, SoC|
|Memory||512GB DDR4; up to 2666 MT/s; 8 DIMM slots (per node)|
|Storage||48 M.2 modules (3 per node)|
|Expansion Slots||4 OCP Mezzanine x16 (1 per drawer)|
|Manageability||IPMI v2.0 Compliant, iKVM, Wiwynn Cluster Manager (option)|
|Power Supply||12.5V DC bus bar|
|Dimensions||4U vCubby, 189 (H) x 537 (W) x 803.3 (D)|
|OS Support List||CentOS 7.4|
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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