NEC adds to server line-up

NEC is pushing for a bigger slice of the Middle East server pie with the launch of the latest addition to its NEC Express5800 family, the NEC Express5800/110Eh.

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By  Peter Branton Published  June 3, 2004

NEC is pushing for a bigger slice of the Middle East server pie with the launch of the latest addition to its NEC Express5800 family, the NEC Express5800/110Eh. While hardly likely to win plaudits for naming, NEC claims the new server will do well in the region as it is a strong entry-level performer at an attractive price. “The NEC Express 5800/110Eh is the ideal, cost-effective solution for the small enterprise, providing powerful server technology with data protection at a desktop price,” said Denis Bellicam, director of marketing, Server and Product Group, Professional Division, NEC. The new server ships with Intel’s 3.4GHz Pentium 4 processor with support for hyper threading technology, at 800MHz front side bus, and up to 1TB of serial-ATA storage with internal RAID protection. In addition, the NEC Express5800/110Eh offers an alternative storage choice of either fixed or hot-swappable SCSI storage, giving it additional configuration flexibility. The server also comes with up to five free PCI slots, two of which are PCI-X compatible. The memory can be expanded up to 4GB. For system configuration and management, NEC has provided a range of tools, including ExpressBuilder software with all drivers and utilities, and ESMPRO software for monitoring and management. The NEC Express5800/110Eh can run either Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server, or Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux operating system.

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