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AVADirect Updates Supermicro 5086B-TRF SuperServer with 80 CPU Cores and 2TB of Memory

For the first time ever, AVADirect is proud to announce the "End all, be all" of enterprise storage solutions: 5U Rack Server Supermicro SuperServer 5086B-TRF Westmere-EX 8-Way Xeon® SAS/SATA Series Server System. As most enterprise server systems provide, there's plenty of storage to go around, with up to 24 x 2.5" hard disks, or SSDs, in your choice of RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 using the motherboards controller, or additional RAID support with the ability to add third-party RAID controller. What truly makes this server system phenomenal, is its ability to support up to 80 CPU Cores and 2TB of DDR3-1333 ECC registered memory! Although the price tag of $20577.62 may seem to sway those interested, keep in mind that this server solution is designed to replace whole render farms in the drop of a single 5U server into your cluster, rack, or other recommended solution. Not only does that provide an abundant amount of energy savings, but maintenance and heat will no longer become tedious and time consuming. Say hello to the wave of the future for Enterprise storage solutions, and AVADirect will waive good-bye as we begin to ship these systems from our warehouse immediately.

 

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To build your own 8-Way EX Xeon Supermicro Supercomputer click here

 

To view all Supermicro servers we carry click SuperMicro Server at AVADirect.com

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