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NEC has added am ultra slim front-end server to its portfolio. The Express5800/110Rf-1 offers maximum performance at low cost, according to the vendor.

NEC has added am ultra slim front-end server to its portfolio. The Express5800/110Rf-1 offers maximum performance at low cost, according to the vendor.

Taking advantage of the latest Intel Pentium 4 processors with hyperthreading at frequencies of up to 3.8GHz with 1MB of L2 cache, on the latest Intel E7221 chipset with an 800MHz front side bus, the NEC Express5800/110Rf-1 provides for optimal application processing throughput.

The Express5800/110Rf-1 also features Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology enabling easy migration to 64-bit computing, securing investment protection and enhancing performance.

“NEC is dedicated to providing the SMB market with server products that can deliver advanced enterprise class performance in the entry level segment”, says Denis Bellicam, Director, Enterprise Computing Product Group, NEC Computers International.

“And the introduction of the NEC Express5800/110Rf-1 is just one example of NEC’s dedication. It is the ideal entry rack solution for today’s businesses wanting enterprise performance and capacity at low cost,” he adds.

A complete portfolio of both Systems and Rack Factory Integration Services is also available for the Express5800/110Rf-1 from NEC, to accompany each customer’s unique technical requirements, simplifying resource-demanding integration and deployment tasks.

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