Server hardware strategy

An enterprise server is a computer containing programs that collectively serve the needs of an enterprise rather than a single user, department, or specialized application.. See complete definition.

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  • A clear vision of the future data center in 2020

    By 2020, what will the future data center look like? Take a peek at how networking, servers and storage will evolve in the next five years. Continue Reading

  • white box server

    A white box server is a generic server made from commercially available retail computer parts. The phrase "white box" merely indicates that the equipment is generic or brand-agnostic -- the server can be any color. Continue Reading

  • twin server (0.5 U server)

    A twin server has two compute nodes housed side-by-side in 1U of data center rack space. Because each server node fills half of 1U, a twin server may also be referred to as a 0.5U server. Continue Reading

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