Eurocom’s Latest Technology Delivers “Out-of-the-Box” XEON-based Mobile Server Solution
It is energy efficient, consuming up to 230 watts powered by Intel Xeon processors and supporting 22TB of storage in five physical drives.
Engineering Computing News
Engineering Computing Resources
August 6, 2019
Server-on-the-Go technology supported in Eurocom systems allows up to two hours of uninterrupted power, is ready for rapid deployment out of the box and comes preloaded with server-class operating systems such as VMware vSphere, Microsoft Server 2016 and Linux, according to Eurocom.
It is energy efficient, consuming up to 230 watts powered by Intel Xeon processors and supporting 22TB of storage in five physical drives. Eurocom mobile servers can be deployed rapidly anywhere, wherever server capabilities are needed, the company reports.
Eurocom’s Mobile Server-class laptops feature an All-In-One design with an integrated LCD panel, keyboard and built-in UPS battery. Allowing for data centers to run on-the-go without interruptions, small form factor Mobile Server systems from Eurocom are lightweight and can be deployed virtually anywhere. They serve as tools and solutions for VM migration and /or data conversion between multiple systems.
In the event of a power outage or interruption, Eurocom mobile servers can remain operational for over two hours by using its own built-in UPS type internal battery.
A Server-on-the-Go solution allows start-up companies and other organizations to acquire full network capabilities right out-of-the-box, where single server capability is required, multiple operating system compatibility is needed and running virtual machines is a must; no server room required, the company notes.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.