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2‎U 4 Nodes High Density Rack Server
  • 2U - 4 nodes high density rack with rear access to the node trays
  • Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2400 & E5-2400 V2 product families
  • 8 x LGA 1356 sockets
  • Intel® C602 chipset
  • 48 x DDR3 ECC slots
  • 8 x GbE LAN ports (Broadcom® BCM5720)
  • 24 x 2.5” hot-swappable HDD/SSD bays
  • Rear Access High Density Computing & Storage Server
    GIGABYTE introduces its most advanced hardware specially designed for datacenter usage, where being able to match high density, excellent energy efficiency, and top computing performance are essential criteria.
    This 2U multi-nodes barebone server regroups all the critical features required to satisfy these criteria, and is ready to meet the challenges of today's datacenter environments:

    The chassis is equipped with four motherboards (computing nodes), when traditional 2U racks have only one. Here in 2U you get in total 8 processors from the Intel Xeon E5-2400 family, 48 memory DIMMs, and 16 HDD bays, while keeping optimal airflow and thermal properties.
    The computing density is multiplied by 4, which means the space utilization of the chassis is improved by 3.

    Within the chassis, the power supply and some cooling functions are removed from each board drawer to be shared and managed at the rack level. This implies less components obstruction, enhanced thermal performance, and reduced power consumption.

    With front access to the computing nodes and hot-swappable HDD bays, this rack can be serviced easily and can fit in most of existing datacenter infrastructure.
    For routine monitoring, this rack comes with a management controller that allows it to be remotely controlled.
    Also, it perfectly matches hot aisle/cold aisle designs.

    Being able to fit 4 motherboards within 1 chassis instead of 4, you save on the chassis cost.
  • Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2400 V2 Product Family
    Deployable through a simple BIOS update, the support of the Intel Xeon processors E5-2600 V2 product family delivers the benefits of the 22nm tri-gate process technology to the high end server industry. Those benefits include, among others, higher frequencies, higher core counts (up to 12 cores / 24 threads) and larger last-level caches, but especially a much more varied mix of core/frequencies with notably the introduction of a new dual socket workstation segment. This new die shrink also allows for overall energy efficiency increase, with up to 30% average decrease in idle power consumption.
    Finally, virtualization applications will benefit from increased performance thanks to the Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller (APIC) technology, and more security features are included in the mix as well, such as the Intel® Platform Protection Technology with OS Guard, and Intel® Data Protection Technology with Secure Key.
  • Support of PCIe Generation 3.0
    With the support of the latest PCI Express Gen.3.0 technology directly on the CPU, the GS-R22PD1 is fully configured to provide users with dramatically reduced latency and improved data bandwidth to get the most out of its expansion accessories. Moreover, it is built with a comprehensive variety of PCIe connectors to provide the most flexible expansion platform to the user.
  • Server Management
    With the ASPEED 2300 board management controller (BMC) and a separate management LAN port, this system offers comprehensive remote control options:
    • iKVM
    • IPMI 2.0
    • Native PCIe support
    • 2D Video Graphic Adapter with PCIe bus interface
  • Red Hat Certified Hardware
    GIGABYTE has certified the GS-R22PXL with Red Hat Enterprise Linux to provide its customers with the confidence of knowing that their hardware systems are supported by Red Hat when they run Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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* Advertised performance is based on maximum theoretical interface values from respective Chipset vendors or organization who defined the interface specification. Actual performance may vary by system configuration.
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* Due to standard PC architecture, a certain amount of memory is reserved for system usage and therefore the actual memory size is less than the stated amount.
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