Quanta QuantaGrid D51PL-4U 102 Bay LFF 4U Rackmount Server
Quanta QuantaGrid D51PL-4U 102 Bay LFF 4U Rackmount Server

Quanta QuantaGrid D51PL-4U 102 Bay LFF 4U Rackmount Server

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Price as configured: $999.00



Standard Warranty:

90 Days
The storage server with the highest storage density in the world, QuantaGrid D51PL-4U, supports 102 3.5” HDDs (90 top accessed and 12 rear accessed 3.5” SATA/SAS HDD bays). Users get over 1PBs in a 4U space, which translates into getting 325% more space in comparison to legacy 4U front accessed storage servers.
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RAID Controller
Hard Drive Bays
Internal 7mm SSD Bay 1 For Boot
Internal 7mm SSD Bay 2 For Boot
PCIe HHHL Expansion Card
Onboard Networking
OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Power Supplies
Rail Kit
Power Cable
  • Processors:Dual socket R (LGA2011) Intel Xeon E5-2600v4
  • Form factor:4U
  • Chipset:Intel C610
  • Memory:Up to 16x DIMM slots
  • Drive bays:Up to 102x 3.5" SAS/SATA Hard Drives
  • Expansion slots:3x PCIe Gen3 x8 slots, 1x PCIe Gen3 x16 slot
  • Networking:Intel I350 Dual Port 1 GbE
  • Management:IPMI v2.0 Compliant
  • Power supply:2x 1600W Redundant Power Supplies
  • Chassis dimension:17.6 x 6.9 x 42 inches

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