Blade Servers

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To effectively deploy blade servers, the power and cooling infrastructure in a data center must be upgraded, or the blade server loads must be spread out over multiple racks. There are a number of strategies that can be used to deploy blade servers.
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There is a place for blade servers in your enterprise, but not every enterprise needs every offering available.
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Virtual server use has grown over 50 percent, and blade servers account for 12.
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7 kilowatts (kWs), but the maximum power that can be obtained by filling a rack with available high density servers, such as blade servers, is over 20 kW.
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A mixture of networking equipment is to be deployed, including blade servers, rack-mount servers, storage, and networking equipment. The blade servers are to be located together and not spread out.
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Devices which are known to work seamlessly in the alternative power system include: IBM blade servers, 1U servers, virtually all enterprise rack mount servers, and virtually all rack mount SAN and NAS storage devices.
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Introduction High-density equipment such as blade servers, 1U servers, and multi-core high-end servers provide more computing per watt compared to previous generation servers.
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Target: 1-3 kW per rack, 323-861 W/m2 (30- 80 W/ft2) Row-oriented: Supplying a high density or ultra-high density area with blade servers or 1U servers.
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In the Tier 1 enterprise, server density is increasing both on the hardware side with smaller and more compact form factors such as blade servers, and on the software side with growing adoption of server virtualization technologies such as VMware™.
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A blade server is modular in that a customer buys the frame for the blade servers and then installs standard "blades" in the frame to achieve the amount of processing required for the application.
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