Rugged servers withstand 25G shockload

May 10, 2007
Themis Computer launched four new high-performance 2RU and 3RU Dual-Core AMD Opteron and Dual-Core Intel Xeon-based servers for missioncritical applications. Combining the latest Advanced Micro Devices and Intel 64bit processors with

Themis Computer launched four new high-performance 2RU and 3RU Dual-Core AMD Opteron and Dual-Core Intel Xeon-based servers for missioncritical applications.

Combining the latest Advanced Micro Devices and Intel 64bit processors with the design features of the Themis Rugged Enterprise Server (RES) family, the 2RU and 3RU RES are designed to withstand shock loads to 25G in order to ensure reliable operation in harsh environments. All of Themis' new servers will support the Linux, Sun Solaris and Windows operating systems.

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