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NEC Express5800/R120f-1E

The Express5800/R120f-1E, a high-density dual-socket 1U rack server, offers outstanding performance, scalability, and simplified manageability. Supporting the new high-performance and energy efficient Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 product family, high speed DDR4-2133, and a 12Gb/s SAS drives, the R120f-1E is ideal for the most demanding applications such as internet hosting services, virtualization solutions, and mid-size database servers.

Perfect Fit for SMB and Service Providers

SMBs and service providers need the right-sized and cost-effective IT infrastructure to fit their current and future business needs. They also need solutions that reduce IT management, energy, and space costs. With up to two 12-core Xeon E5-2600 v3 processors, 16 DIMM slots, 8 hot-plug drive bays, integrated remote management capability, and NEC’s power management technologies, the R120f- 1E delivers the optimal balance of features for SMBs and services providers.

Flexibility for Various Workloads

The Express5800/R120f-1E offers the enterprise-class flexibility required to fit various workloads. Selectable integrated NIC technology enables you to choose the appropriate LAN on Motherboard (LOM) based on your network environment. With two PCIe Gen3 slots and a dedicated RAID card slot, the R120f-1E offers flexible network connectivity and secure data protection.

Cost Savings Through Efficiency

The Express5800/R120f-1E offers solutions to reduce energy and IT management costs. Combining ambient temperature operation up to 40° C (104° F), industry-leading intelligent fan control technology, redundant power supplies with a cold-standby mode, and a high efficiency 80PLUS titanium certified power supply, the R120f-1E minimizes energy costs. The remote KVM and monitoring features minimize time and effort of administrators by allowing them to operate servers and to monitor server status from a remote site regardless of the server’s power or operating system status.

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