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Servers

lenovo-serversA server is a computer or system that provides resources, data, services, or programs to other computers, known as clients, over a network. In theory, whenever computers share resources with client machines, they are considered servers.


There are many types of servers, including web servers, mail servers, and virtual servers. Servers can provide various functionalities, often called “services”, such as sharing data or resources among multiple clients, or performing computation for a client. A Server protects business information by delivering a more reliable and security-enhanced infrastructure.

It includes built-in firewall protection and security-enhanced remote access to help prevent unauthorized users from getting into your network. While many companies rely on cloud-based servers run by third-parties, on-site servers that you maintain yourself offer performance, flexibility and above all security that is unrivaled.

INNOX offer a large range of pre-configured and customizable server solutions to meet the needs of any industry.

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Rack Servers

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Rack Servers

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Rack Servers

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Lenovo Servers

 

For the eighth straight year, Lenovo’s ThinkSystem servers scored the highest reliability and uptime among all Intel x86-based platforms in ITIC’s 2021 Global Server Hardware Server OS Reliability Survey.

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DELL

Dell Servers

The PowerEdge is a server line by Dell, following the naming convention for other Dell products: the Power Vault (data storage) and the Power Connect (data transfer & switches). Below is an overview of current and former servers within Dell’s PowerEdge product line. Different models are or were available as towers, 19-inch racks or blades. In the current naming scheme, towers are designated by T, racks by R, and blades by M (for modular).

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HP Servers

ProLiant is a brand of server computers that was originally developed and marketed by Compaq and currently marketed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. After Compaq merged with Hewlett-Packard (HP), HP retired its NetServer brand in favor of the ProLiant brand. HP ProLiant systems led the x86 server market in terms of units and revenue during first quarter of 2010. The HP ProLiant servers offer many advanced server features such as redundant power supplies, Out-of-band management with iLO or Lights-out 100, Hot-swap components and up to 8-Socket systems.

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