Chenbro Rolls Out Storage-focused Server Barebone Designed for Data Centers
The introduction of storage-focused barebone can assist in mission-critical, storage-focused applications in the data center and HPC enterprises.
FREMONT, CA: Chenbro, the trailblazer in designing and manufacturing of own-brand rackmount system, tower server, and PC chassis rolls out the RB23708-U2 rackmount server barebone. With the support of dual 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors and 24 DIMMs, RB23708-U2 offers large memory capacity, flexible storage, and toolless design for HPC solutions.
The RB23708 is an easy-to-use barebones server solution offering Apache Pass, IPMI 2.0 & Redfish compliance, and including Intel RSTe/Intel VROC options. Apart from all these, this server solution is best for hosting Video, IMS, SaaS, and similar storage-focused applications.The RB23708 barebone can be customized to meet a customer’s needs, including personalized silkscreens, logo plates, and tailor-made bezels to create a Data Center Rackmount in the customer’s brand image.
To ensure compatibility and long-term reliability, the Level 6 server barebone system is pre-tested with the pre-installed Intel S2600WFTR Server Board. RB23708 server is available with either 8X 3.5-inch, or 8X 2.5-inch hot-swap storage bays. Under a 3.5-inch configuration, the server provides 2X 2.5-inch internal bays and the option for a slim optical ODD bay. Internal AIB expansion is provided by 4X FHFL, 2X FHHL, 2X HHHL. The barebones design has a premium 800W CRPS 80Plus Platinum grade PSU, optimized cable routing, plus 6X hot-swap 17K RPM cooling fans with airflow optimized ducts for reliable cooling for both CPUs up to 165W each, the high-performance PCI-Express expansion cards and storage hardware. Up to 24X ECC UDIMM, 2933MT/s slots will enable a maximum of 7.5TB of storage and networking by 2X 10GbE via RJ45, plus one remote management port. Also, the scalable design includes expansion space for another CRPS PSU.
Chenbro supports global System Integrators through its wide network of distribution partners in North America, Europe, and Asia, or it can support larger orders directly.
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