Do you wonder what a 2U designed rack server can do for your memory-intensive applications and critical tasks? A 2U designed server can offer performance equivalent to two or four-socket modules. One such high-density server is the HP ProLiant DL560 which not only features the Intel Xeon's scalable processors but promises a 68% upsurge in the performance and overall speed. Outfitted with the latest generation processors and memory modules, this HPE ProLiant dl650 Gen10 can be regarded as the biggest win for the tech-community to perform well and outclass all the flaws.
There are plenty of additional applications that will indeed urge the tech-savvies to utilize this high-end rig in critical applications. Also, the virtualization, business workloads, data processing, and computing tasks are no more delayed with this DL560 which is now regarded as the ''Virtualization Server''. All in all, you can utilize this high-performance server in business incubators and data centers for the efficient processing of data without leaving any flaws behind. Here's what you need to know more about the HP ProLiant DL650 Gen10 servers.
You can integrate the Intel Xeon's whole family, including the Silver, Bronze, and Gold series scalable processors. The dual-processor configuration can be supported, but you can house multiple other scalable processors on the CPU Mezzanine board. The third and fourth processors can be accommodated on the CPU besides their associated memory slots.
Each processor holds the ability to support up to six memory channels, which is an upgrade from the predecessors. As we have seen in the Intel Xeon E5-2600 series generation, the four memory slots were supported. Most of Intel's family is confined to the 768GB but not this one! This HP DL560 can support the immense 1.5TB of memory along with the Ultra-Path Interconnect Channels (UPI), which is a reason why you'll observe the improved CPU performance.
Storage in this HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 server supports multi-configuration. It can be equipped with the drive configuration of 8, 16, and 24 x 2.5-inch drives in the front-drive cage. However, regarding the type of storage, this DL560 server is an example of its own! It can be backed up by the SAS, SATA, NVMe, HDD, and SSD type hard drive. What's noteworthy is the additional PCIe risers and discrete Smart Array HD/RAID Controller system, which is integrated into this server chassis for improved performance.