1 April 2005 | 0
HP’s new ProLiant DL560 server is an enterprise level server that offers improved performance with a new compact 2U (3.5in) design and reduced power consumption.
The four-processor server combines the density and serviceability of the two-processor DL 380 server family with performance and reliability of the four-processor DL580 range.
HP claims the ProLiant DL560 server uses at least 50 per cent less rack space than most similarly configured enterprise servers, which is useful for companies with constrained floor space in their data centres.
The server also operates a fully loaded system on less than 550W of power, which offers potential savings to customers every year in energy, cooling and facilities costs.
It has the Intel Xeon processor MP, PCI-X architecture, Wide Ultra SCSI, integrated Lights-Out (iLO) processor and Gigabit networking technology
The HP ProLiant DL560 server supports Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server and the forthcoming Microsoft Windows Server 2003 releases, Red Hat Linux Advanced Server, SuSe Linux and Novell Netware.
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