NEC Modular Servers

With up to 4 servers in a 2U enclosure, the NEC Modular server is ideal for the most demanding data center and HPC applications, requiring both computing power and data center space optimization at an attractive price point.

The Express5800/E120g-M, a dual-socket modular server, offers superior performance, scalability and high-density mounting capability. Supporting the latest Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 v4 product family, high speed DDR4-2400 memory and up to 8 TB of storage capacity, the E120g-M is ideal for most demanding data center applications and high performance computing applications requiring computing power and data center space optimization.

Ultimate Power Efficiency
NEC’s innovative green design concept and industry leading fan control technology allows the E120g-M to operate at temperatures up to 40 degree Celsius (104 degree Fahrenheit), therefore reducing cooling requirements. In addition, dual hot plug power supplies with cold-standby mode, which are shared by four server nodes, enable further energy savings.

Superior Serviceability
Servers can be accessed and maintained from the front side thanks to NEC’s innovative server design. This enables replacing standard rack servers without redesigning data center facilities and server maintenance procedures. Manage easy setup and deployment with the NEC EXPRESSBUILDER and leverage easy management with NEC’s EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 together with NEC ESMPRO. These are all standard and complimentary delivered with the NEC servers.

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