The server-based General Micro Systems S1U-MD are the Intel Xeon D
General Micro Systems has introduced the server S1U-MD. The server of the size 1U built on Intel Xeon processors D. According to General Micro Systems, S1U-MD 12 times outperforms «traditional blade servers,» being 12 times less than «traditional systems.» In fact, in a 1U chassis, there are two servers and two Ethernet switch ports. Allegedly S1U-MD is reinforced and is suitable for use not only in stationary conditions, but on Board the vehicles moving on land, water or air.
The configuration of each domain S1U-MD includes a processor number of cores up to 16, up to 64 GB of RAM ECC DDR4-2133, four removable drive in the RAID array and bootable, the fifth drive. In addition to the complete isolation of domains, there is an extra protection function that erases the contents of all storage domain without the possibility of recovery. The server can operate from AC voltage 110 or 220 V, and 28 V. DC In each domain is a managed Layer 2/3 Ethernet switch (up to 12 Gigabit Ethernet ports) and two ports of 10 GbE. Four Gigabit Ethernet ports support POE+, the total feeding to the load up to 25.5 watts. Running one or more virtual machines ON Cisco IOS, you can turn the switch to the router. In equipment you can also note the presence of two ports USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 ports and video output HDMI.
Source: General Micro Systems