10 GPU - Rackmount servers

Discover our extensive selection of rack servers, ranging from 1U up to 10U, each designed to deliver the highest levels of performance, flexibility, scalability, and serviceability in datacenters. Our rackmount servers are engineered to handle a variety of workloads and applications, making them the backbone of modern enterprise and data center operations.

Key Advantages:

  • Versatile Performance: From 1U to 10U configurations, our servers are built to provide powerful and efficient performance for everything from basic applications to intensive computing tasks.

  • Flexible and Scalable: Easily configurable to meet the growing and changing demands of your business, our rack servers can scale to support increased workloads and expanded storage needs.

  • Wide Application Range: Ideal for a multitude of Enterprise and Data Center applications, including Virtualization, Big Data, Analytics, and Cloud Computing, ensuring that your infrastructure is future-proof.

  • Common Platform: As the most commonly used servers, rackmount units offer unlimited setup variations to perfectly align with your specific requirements.

With our rack servers, you can ensure your operations run smoothly and efficiently, meeting the demands of today while preparing for the challenges of tomorrow. Explore our selection and find the perfect solution to drive your enterprise forward.

Servers with the capacity for 10 GPUs are optimized for ultra-high-performance computing, excelling in use cases like large-scale data analytics, deep learning model training, and complex scientific computations. The 10-GPU configuration not only increases computational power but also dramatically accelerates data processing, offering unparalleled performance benefits for enterprises and research institutions.

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  1. GPU A+ Server AS-4125GS-TNRT1 GPU A+ Server AS-4125GS-TNRT1

    AI / Deep Learning
    High Performance Computing
    Single Root
    GPU Virtualization

    14 183.83 €
  2. GPU SuperServer SYS-521GE-TNRT GPU SuperServer SYS-521GE-TNRT

    Design & Visualization
    Animation and Modeling
    Cloud Gaming
    Diagnostic Imaging
    3D Rendering
    AI / Deep Learning
    High Performance Computing
    Media/Video Streaming
    Dual Root

    21 512.17 €
  3. GPU SuperServer SYS-4029GP-TRT2 GPU SuperServer 4029GP-TRT2

    Artificial Intelligence
    Big Data Analytics
    High-performance Computing
    Research Lab/National Lab
    Astrophysics
    Business Intelligence

    7 183.35 €
  4. GPU A+ Server AS-4125GS-TNRT2 GPU A+ Server AS-4125GS-TNRT2

    AI / Deep Learning
    High Performance Computing
    PLX Dual Root
    Metaverse
    GPU Virtualization

    21 006.72 €
  5. GPU SuperServer SYS-421GE-TNRT GPU SuperServer SYS-421GE-TNRT

    Animation and Modeling
    Cloud Gaming
    Design & Visualization
    Diagnostic Imaging
    3D Rendering
    AI / Deep Learning
    High Performance Computing
    Media/Video Streaming
    Dual Root

    20 367.83 €
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What is a Rackmount Server?

  • A rackmount server, also known as a rack server, is a computer designed to function as a server and be installed in a rack. The rack contains multiple mounting slots called bays, each designed to hold a hardware unit secured in place with screws. Multinode servers are often deployed in these racks to maximize efficiency and resource utilization.

How to Choose a Rackmount Server

  • When choosing a rackmount server, consider factors such as performance requirements, scalability, and budget. Determine the necessary CPU power, memory, and storage capacity based on your workload. Additionally, evaluate the rack space available and the cooling requirements to ensure optimal server performance.

What Does 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U Mean?

  • The terms 1U, 2U, 3U, and 4U refer to the height of the server in rack units (U). Each "U" is equivalent to 1.75 inches. A 1U server is 1.75 inches tall, a 2U server is 3.5 inches tall, and so on. These measurements help in understanding how much space the server will occupy in the rack.