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15.10.2018, 11:33
Caddys / Tray for TX1320 M3
MarkM
Hi there.I do not believe the Fujitsu policy on this subject has changed.So NO you can not order dri...
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07.10.2018, 09:30
Caddys / Tray for TX1320 M3
blondie63
Hi, i’ve bought a server for my customer: TX1320M3 E3-1230V6 3.5GHZVPN: T1323SX130ITSN: YMBK014865Be...
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10.06.2018, 10:58
Mass Configuration of BIOS settings
JuergenL
Hi Johannes,Download DeskView Client (to be installed on all the clients) or DeskView Instant BIOS M...
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November 12, 2018
Recently I looked at some photographs a customer had taken of his data center some six or seven years ago and was struck by the almost archaic impression: Jam-packed as it was with server racks, UPS cabinets and cables dangling everywhere, it looked more like the depot of a computer museum than an actual functioning installation of any kind. These days, more and more data centers don't appear nearly as crammed, thanks in large part to the arrival of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions such as our PRIMEFLEX packages that wrap up servers, storage and networking gear in a neat bundle and add the required software on top. It's apparent that the rapidly growing market for HCI has created the need for 10 or 40 GbE switches optimized for making these deployments more efficient. With the new PSWITCH series out of the gate, we can now provide all components that are needed for even more successful and expandable PRIMEFLEX deployments.
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November 06, 2018
For several years, neutral observers and potential buyers alike have patiently listened to ICT vendors' ever-evolving stories about future use cases like IoT, Industry 4.0 or smart cities. But captivating as they are, such stories tend to drown out more measured reports about the constant innovation of brick-and-mortar products such as mono-socket servers for small data centers and SMB environments. Our three-part mini-series takes a closer look at Fujitsu's latest offerings in this category of 'everyday gear' and their state-of-the-art capabilities. In the final chapter, we examine the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY TX1330 M4, our expandable mono-socket tower, which was launched today alongside two cousins, the PRIMERGY TX1320 M4 and the PRIMERGY RX1330 M4.
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November 06, 2018
For several years, neutral observers and potential buyers alike have patiently listened to ICT vendors' ever-evolving stories about future use cases like IoT, Industry 4.0 or smart cities. But captivating as they are, such stories tend to drown out more measured reports about the constant innovation of brick-and-mortar products such as mono-socket servers for small data centers and SMB environments. Our three-part mini-series takes a closer look at Fujitsu's latest offerings in this category of 'everyday gear' and their state-of-the-art capabilities. In part 2, we inspect the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY TX1320 M4, our most compact tower system, which was launched today together with two cousins, the PRIMERGY TX1330 M4 and the PRIMERGY RX1330 M4.
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