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NEC Express5800/T110h

The NEC Express5800/T110h is an affordable yet powerful single socket tower server that delivers essential server features, high reliability and great flexibility in a compact design, making it an ideal server for SOHO, SMB, and branch offices of larger enterprises. NEC’s excellent build quality and innovative green technology design allows for high operating temperatures whilst maintaining its high reliability.

Powerful Performance

  • Intel Xeon E3 product familyThe NEC Express5800/T110h delivers enterprise-class features with the embedded NEC EXPRESSCOPE Engine 3 and optional redundant (hot plug) power supply configuration. Featuring the latest Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v5 product family with 4 cores, the T110h delivers strong application performance.

Flexible, Versatile and Compact

Manage memory capacity over time with four memory slots supporting up to 64GB of DDR4 memory at 2133MHz. Flexible storage configuration options are possible with either 4x 3.5 inch or 8x 2.5 inch drive bays. System expansion is enhanced with now 4x PCIe 3.0 slots and 6x external USB 3.0 ports for easy connection of external devices, making it an ideal future proof server for various workloads and computing needs.

Operational Cost Savings and Efficiency

NEC’s innovative green design concepts and industry leading fan control technology allows the T110h to operate at temperatures up to 48°C (118°F), therefore reducing cooling requirements. In addition, dual hot plug power supplies with cold-standby mode enable further energy savings.
Manage easy setup and deployment with NEC EXPRESSBUILDER and leverage easy management with NEC’s EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 together with NEC ESMPRO. The extensive remote management capabilities untangle the complexities in operating and maintaining the server to alleviate the burden of administrative tasks.

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