The new entry-level PRIMERGY TX1320 M3 server was introduced today by Fujitsu. The ultra-compact tower server model is more powerful than ever, and small enough to fit on a desktop or a bookshelf.
Fujitsu has upgraded both tower and rack models in the fully refreshed single socket PRIMERGY server range to provide more performance, adding the latest Intel Xeon processor E3 product family and introducing a wider choice of configuration options to boost flexibility.
One of four new models, the Fujitsu PRIMERGY TX1320 M3 crams a full server system into an ultra-compact unit. With a chassis volume of just 13.3 liters.
Across the revitalised PRIMERGY mono-socket system line-up, new generation servers provide more performance and bandwidth, making them a prime choice for a selection of use cases including running office and email applications, for telephony, as a web server, or in extending and updating existing server farms.
Olivier Delachapelle, Head of Enterprise Business, Category Management Data Centre, EMEIA, Fujitsu says: “The new generation of power-packed PRIMERGY models make the latest server technology available and affordable to small and medium-size enterprises. These servers can grow with business demands, providing the latest in processors and memory, plus secure storage. Rock solid performance combined with lower operating costs are hallmarks of the PRIMERGY brand. With every new generation, we improve efficiency and reduce power use, thanks to newer processors and advances in power supply design, in combination with Fujitsu Cool-safe Advanced Thermal Design. This optimises system cooling and reduces operating noise, making PRIMERGY a great choice for any business.”
The servers are available globally through distribution partners.
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