FSC takes the sharp option

Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) is launching its new range of PRIMERGY BX300 blade servers, aimed at the data centre and internet service providers market.

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By  Andrew Picken Published  October 20, 2003

Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) is launching its new range of PRIMERGY BX300 blade servers, aimed at the data centre and internet service providers market. The new range of servers consist of up to twenty blades in a three unit rack space, in which every blade realises a complete compute node with its own main memory, hard disks and network interface.

"The new blade servers have been designed to offer this increased flexibility and scalability to enterprises that are undergoing exponential growth," said Colin Britto, sales manager for large enterprises, FSC.

"FSC has drawn upon its considerable expertise in the area of business critical computing to incorporate disaster tolerance features into the PRIMERGY BX300, so that user networks are not vulnerable to unforeseen and unrecoverable loss of data."
FSC's new range of servers is being pitched at web or caching services and communication applications in the front-end area of server farms. The compact design of the PRIMERGY BX300 systems enables easier servicing and scalability.

"For growing businesses, one of the biggest concerns can be the escalating costs of increasingly complex IT systems. Such enterprises require business critical computing solutions that are scaleable and flexible, and ones that will adapt to your changing IT needs," added Britto.

"At the same time, large corporations and especially small and medium enterprises need IT solutions that can function effectively in all sorts of environments, so that IT systems failures do not critically harm business operations."

FSC claim that the modular design of PRIMERGY BX300 provides a high computing power per unit of space ratio, with significantly lower power consumption compared with traditional servers.

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