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Our Supermicro MicroCloud modular server systems provide the high density, performance, efficiency and cost effectiveness required for today’s demanding server deployments. The 24/12/8 modular server nodes are conveniently integrated into a compact 3U chassis that is less than 30 inches deep, saving over 76% of rack space when compared to traditional 1U serversb>. The cable-less, hot-pluggable server nodes operate independently. Each node provides up to Up to 128GB DDR4-2133/1866/1600MHz of ECC Unbuffered DIMM or 128GB RDIMM / 256GB LRDIMM / 512GB LRDIMM ECC DDR4 memory, one PCI-E 3.0 x8 expansion slot for low-profile add-on card, and 2x 2.5” NVMe, 2x 3.5”, or 4x 2.5” HDDs. The MicroCloud system utilizes redundant Titanium Level (96%) high-efficiency power supplies and sophisticated cooling zone controls for a Green energy profile. Each node is powered by the latest Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v5 (up to 80W) or Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 v4/v3 (up to 145W) or Intel® Xeon® processor D (45W) product families.
A blade system consists of a housing (enclosure) and several server modules. Blade enclosures offer various expansion options such as Central Management Modules, Switch Modules and Power Supply Modules and can be equipped with 10 to 28 Blade Modules. Blade modules are configured like individual servers with processors, memory, HDDs, SSDs, software and services. Since in many cases groups of nodes are configured in the same way, quantities can be specified for configured individual sheets. After each completed configuration of an individual node or an identically configured node group, place them in the shopping cart.
First select a suitable blade type:
Next, select and configure the most suitable blade enclosure for the selected blade type and place it in the shopping cart
Then select and configure one suitable blade module after the other and place it in the shopping cart after each completed configuration. You can add the desired quantity to equally configured blade modules and also select and configure additional or identical blade modules several times. Make sure that the number of configured modules does not exceed the permissible number of blade modules of the enclosure
Now select one of the subcategories listed below and start configuring your blade system