Quad node - Multinode servers
Twin servers combine maximum performance with efficient design for a revolution in datacenter Green Computing.
These high-density micronode systems support critical applications while reducing Data Center TCO. Due to their shared components, Twin servers improve cost-effectiveness and reliability, while their modular architecture makes it flexible to configure and easy to maintain. Help preserve the environment while extending computing and storage capabilities from previous models to achieve increased performance and power efficiency.
For rack-based solutions, consider our rack mount servers to further enhance your datacenter efficiency and performance.Quad-node server configurations offer four independent nodes within a single chassis, providing an optimal blend of density and performance for compute-intensive workloads. Often deployed in HPC environments, cloud infrastructure, and big data analytics, these setups maximize operational efficiency by reducing rack space and power consumption, while still offering the scalability and reliability required for demanding applications.
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A multinode server is a computer server that is designed with two or more independent server nodes that share a single enclosure and one or more power supplies. In a multi-node server, power is distributed to all nodes through shared power supplies. Server nodes in a multi-node server are not designed to be hot-swappable. Multi-nodes offer a nice blend of rack server characteristics and blade server advantages. Multi-node systems are similar to blade servers yet offer unique advantages like AMD, 1 CPU versions, and provide a smaller fault domain. The multi-node has a greater potential of supporting a larger stack of future CPUs (with or without liquid cooling.)
For blade-based solutions, you may also explore our BLADE SERVERS to further enhance your server infrastructure and performance.