High Density, Industry-Leading Performance for any environment
RES HD doubles compute density, enables a 50% savings in rack space, and reduces system weight by nearly 50% with per server weights as low as 7lbs. Designed with enhanced reliability features for military, industrial, or rugged commercial use, RES HD servers operate under shock, vibration, and temperature extremes and can be mounted in standard commercial racks, mobile rugged transit cases, or in sub rack systems with shallow depth, such as those meant for legacy VME Systems.
HDversa compact computing
Common Composable Infrastructure
Only 10” deep, 6U (26.7cm) tall, and requiring less than 1500W of total power, the HDversa features a redundant power backplane with twelve module bays that fit a wide range of standardized storage, graphics, networking, and management modules.
Designed to easily fit in the same physical space as legacy VME platforms, it simplifies technology upgrades, reduces costs, accelerates workloads, and offers a wide-range of functionality for tactical data centers, machinery control systems, signal processing systems, and remotely-located console controllers.
High Density Rackmount Servers
Maximum Configuration Flexibility
Available in a 2U (four bay) or 3U (six bay) chassis, RES-HD rackmount servers provide maximum system configuration flexibility and functionality with processor, storage, high-speed switch, and system management module options. Combining leading-edge components that include Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3/v4 series processors and Supermicro motherboards, RES servers feature expansion slots, extensive high-speed front or rear I/O, storage, and enhanced reliability options.
Processor modules support up to three 56 Gbps Infiniband (IB) or 40 Gb Ethernet ports to provide industry leading I/O bandwidth. A FDR option supports 56 Gbps IB or 40 Gbps Ethernet via a QSFP connector. Alternatively a QDR option supports 40 Gbps IB or 10 Gbps Ethernet. Each processor module also has a PCIe expansion slot that supports two additional FDR or QDR ports.