The Primergy TX120 is aimed at growing small businesses and the distributed branch offices of larger organisations that require the functionality of a server but on a smaller scale.
Fujitsu Siemens claimed that the TX120 consumes 40 per cent less energy than conventional tower servers, and is only one-third the size. It also makes half the noise, according to the firm, producing 28dB while idling and 31dB in operation.
Like all servers in the Primergy range, the TX120 ships with Fujitsu Siemens' Server View Remote Management functions, enabling remote access to the server.
The Primergy TX120 is available immediately with prices starting at just over
- Dual-Core Intel Xeon UP processor with up to 4 MB SLC and 1066 MHz FSB or Intel Celeron
- Faster and more memory (4 Dimms up to 8GB) with ECC
- 4-port SAS controller with Raid 0, 1, 1E functionality
- Up to 2 (4) hot-plug SAS hard disks
- Integrated Remote Management Controller
- Gbps Ethernet Controller onboard plus Service Lan for iRMC
- 99mm x 340mm x 399mm
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