Wednesday, September 22, 2010

HP ProLiant MicroServer

Small businesses today are becoming more and more technologically based, and with the switch from paper and ink to computers the need for electronic storage and organization grows. Hewlett Packard's new ProLiant MicroServer is the newest solution for small but growing businesses to stay connected and organized without a large unnecessary server.

Usually setting up a server can cost a massive amount of money that an up-and-coming business just doesn't have. With the HP ProLiant MicroServer a business can have a central server without spending much at all. At $329.99 a ProLiant MicroServer costs about as much as a desktop PC.

The basic specs for the Proliant are as follows:

Processor family-AMD Athlon™ II

Number of processors-1

Processor core available-2

Maximum memory-8 GB

Memory slots-2 DIMM slots

Memory-PC3 DDR3

Expansion slots- 1 half-height, half-length PCIe x16 Gen 2, 1 half-height, half-length PCIe x1 Gen 2

Network Controller-1GbE NC107i 1 Port

Maximum Drive Bays- 4 LEF SATA

Supported Drives- Non hot-drive 3.5 inch SATA

Storage Controller- Integrated 4 port SATA RAID

Small, efficient, and easy to use the HP ProLiant MicroServer caters perfectly to the needs of businesses with around ten clients. Though it performs well on a small scale, the ProLiant MicroServer is strictly a starter server. Bigger businesses that need more power would do better to spend a little more and buy a server that can handle a bigger workload. The HP ProLiant MicroServer is made for ease of use in smaller environments, and performs perfectly in this niche.
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