PRIMERGY TX150 S4

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TX150 S4 is the first PRIMERGY Tower Server with Intel Pentium D (Dual-Core) processor, delivering an extra powerful gear when your applications need it.

Accomplish more while running multiple applications, while downloading mass of data. Superb power reserves through newest Intel Pentium D processor, each core up to 3.4 GHz, 2 x 2 MB SLC, 800 MHz FSB and Intel E7230 chipset.

This tower server combines low complexity with great data safety. The simplicity of hot-plug disks makes replacement easy without requiring that the server be powered down. Due to standard BMC (Baseboard-Management-Controller), an enhanced system management, based of IPMI 1.5 technology and redundant power supply, will improve the stand-alone operation additionally.

product compatibility

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10

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regional availability

  • Europe, Middle East & Africa

language availability

  • English
  • German

certification

This product has demonstrated compatibility by successfully completing Novell's stringent product certification requirements.

 

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