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Tower Server

In the field of networking, a server is a computer that provides services to other computers called clients. For example, when you go to the site of an organization or a particular company and use the services provided by that site, you are actually a client who has requested information from the site servers.

The organization’s servers receive and process your request and respond to you accordingly. The number and strength of a network server depends on the size and volume of the services they provide.

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Types of servers

Servers are usually divided into three or four categories in terms of shape, size, and other physical characteristics, or so-called form factors: tower servers, rackmount servers and blade servers. Sometimes a fourth type called a microserver is added to this list. The difference between Tower servers, rackmount servers, blade servers, and microservers, and their advantages and disadvantages, has led to different areas of application. For example, tower servers are typically used in networks with a small number of clients and requests, and rackmount and blade servers in environments with more clients and requests. In the following, we will explain more about tower servers and try to explain the benefits of these servers in general.

What is a Tower server?

A tower server is the simplest type of server and its container resembles a personal computer case. Usually, each enclosure is a server device and holds all the server requirements. This means that if you need several server devices, for example, you should usually put the same number of devices from these containers together, which obviously takes up a lot of space. Because of this, organizations and businesses that have large clients and need to provide more services usually do not go for tower servers. Tower servers are generally more limited in power and cheaper, although they also produce expensive variants that can handle several tasks simultaneously and perform some heavy tasks. Tower servers, like desktops, are scalable. That is, depending on the needs of the environment and the capacity of the server compartment, memory and processing resources and storage, etc. can be increased and decreased.

Benefits of Tower Servers

  • It is easier to upgrade or customize tower servers.
  • Tower servers are usually cheaper than other servers.
  • There is more space between the components of the standing servers. Because of this, cooling tower servers is easier and less expensive.

Disadvantages of standing servers

  • Tower servers take up a lot of space and are difficult to physically manage.
  • Tower servers are usually less powerful and suitable for environments with more limited clients and services.
  • Equipment and accessories are connected to tower servers via cable. Therefore, with the increase in the number of equipment and parts of each server, the number of cables becomes more and their management becomes more difficult.

HP ML30 G10 server

If you are just starting out in business and you are looking for a powerful but not very expensive server, buying the HP ML30 G10 Server from HP’s ML Tower server set can be the best option with its good looks and specifications. This server with 4U form factor gives power to your small business (SMB) to meet your needs. This server is equipped with a C246 chip. You can also use one of the three types of Intel Xeon E series processors, Intel Core i3 series processors or Intel Pentium processors. Therefore, depending on the needs of your business environment, you can use any of the 3 processor models mentioned in it.

By default, this server has a 3.3 GHz Intel Xeon E-2124 processor, 4 processor cores and 8 MB of cache, which can be replaced according to the budget. This server can be used in Hybrid-Cloud or On-Premise solutions in organizations. If you use Intel Xeon processors in the HP ML30 G10 server, the processor frequency will be between 3.3 to 3.8 GHz and can provide 4 to 6 processing cores. The cache memory on the processors supported by the C246 socket will differ from each other and will provide between 8 and 12 MB in the Xeon model and 8 MB in the Core i3-8300 processor.

The Core i3-8300 series processor with Intel C246 chipset can provide a frequency of about 3.7 GHz and will allow the use of DDR4 memory with a speed of 2400 MT/s. Note that the use of Pentium processors in this model of HP server is only useful if you need a server for high-volume storage. Also, if you need virtualization, you will only be able to use Intel Xeon E series processors for this server.

HP ML350 G10 server

One of HP’s most powerful tower servers that can be used in small businesses is the HP ML350 G10 Server. This server has excellent capabilities for graphics processing, storage and imaging. In the 10th generation of this server, the server chassis has been reviewed and therefore, in addition to increasing the efficiency by 70% compared to its previous generation, it can also be placed in a rack. In the following, we will review this model of HP server.

One of the highlights of the HP Proliant ML350 GEN10 server is that it supports first and second generation Intel Xeon Scalable series processors. In fact, this server supports a variety of Xeon Scalable processors from the Bronze series with 4 cores to the Platinum series with 28 cores, and due to the ability to use two processors simultaneously, it supports up to 56 cores and the speed of each processor is up to 3.6. GHz can be increased. The amount of server cache can vary between 8.25 to 38.5 MB depending on the processor model.

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In this server, 24 memory slots are installed as DIMMs. The HP ML350 G10 server also supports 128GB of HP DDR4 Smart Memory, which allows the server to reach a maximum capacity of 3TB of memory. The memory used in this server supports ECC technology. This technology prevents processing errors and cases such as Data Loss, and in such cases, data errors will be fixed by the system. It should be noted that if you need all 3 terabytes of memory capacity, the memory should be used as LRDIMM. Because RDIMMs are only supported up to a capacity of 768 GB.

Note: All the mentioned features can be activated using HP license tiers.

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