Quanta QuantaPlex T22U-1U 2-Node 4 NVMe Bay SFF 1U Rackmount Server
Quanta QuantaPlex T22U-1U 2-Node 4 NVMe Bay SFF 1U Rackmount Server

Quanta QuantaPlex T22U-1U 2-Node 4 NVMe Bay SFF 1U Rackmount Server

Configure CPU, RAM, & HDD for Each Node
Price as configured: $599.00

Condition:

Refurbished

Standard Warranty:

90 Days

QuantaPlex T22U-1U is an ultra-dense design equipped with four independent nodes. It creates the flexibility to set up different workloads independently in one 1U shared infrastructure, providing optimal data center performance per dollar.

* Required Fields
Node 1: Processors
Node 1: Memory
Node 1: RAID Controller
Node 1: Hard Drive NVMe Bay 1
Node 1: Hard Drive NVMe Bay 2
Node 1: OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Node 1: Management
Node 2: Processors
Node 2: Memory
Node 2: RAID Controller
Node 2: Hard Drive NVMe Bay 1
Node 2: Hard Drive NVMe Bay 2
Node 2: OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Node 2: Management
Power Supplies
Rail Kit
Power Cable
  • Processors:Up to two 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors
  • Chipset:Intel C620
  • Memory:Up to 1TB ECC DDR4 in 16x DIMM slots per node
  • Drive bays:Up to 2x 2.5" SATA/NVMe Drives per node
  • Management:Intelligent Platform Management Interface 2.0

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