SATA Hard Drives
SATA II drives with 3.0Gb/s interface, 8MB cache and 7200 RPMs. SATA III with 6.0Gb/s interface, 64MB cache and 10000 RPMs. SATA II and SATA III hard drives give best performance in high-capacity storage servers.
Solid State Drives
SSD drives increase I/O performance by having lower access times and less latency. SSD drives allow fast access for data-crunching applications. They are faster, more reliable and secure than older hard drives.
SA-SCSI Hard Drives
SA-SCSI drives with rotation speed of 10,000 and 15,000 RPMs, 16MB cache and 3.0Gb/s interface for high performance environments such as mission-critical servers, digital streaming, database access and online gaming.
RAID Hardware Controllers
Upgrade your bare metal server’s Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) hardware controllers for more protection from data loss due to drive failure and to improve the server’s I/O operations performance.
Network Uplink Upgrades
Increase the load balancing and network capabilities of your server with network link upgrades. You can upgrade or downgrade both the private and public network up-links to control server traffic.
Increase the speed, efficiency and overall performance of your bare metal server with a memory upgrade at anytime. Your bare metal server comes with a lot of server-grade RAM but games, video conferencing and digital media are some of the applications that might require RAM upgrades.
Trusted Execution Technology
Boost the security of your server with upgrades of Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) that work hand-in-hand with your server to enhance the server platform security and ensure that the OS always starts in a trusted environment.
Redundant Power Supplies
Power loss can lead to server failure, data loss and economic losses from website downtime. Redundant power supplies guarantee continued server performance by having two or more power supply units that keep your server running.
Mass Storage Dedicated Servers
Businesses that generate enormous amounts of data enhance data security and integrity through redundant data backups on mass storage servers. Owners of data intensive businesses, websites that provide file transfers and downloads, and media storage and processing applications that handle tons of data can benefit from mass storage servers that have multiple drives per server, even up to 36 internal drives in one server.
General Purpose Graphics Processing Units (GPU)
Request for General Purpose GPUs or upgrade to hybrid cloud or private cloud infrastructure to utilize the accelerated computing and high performance of General Purpose GPUs. Graphics Processing Units work with the CPU, handling the intensive portions of an application to reduce CPU workload for accelerated data processing, for example in data analytics and data mining, engineering, seismic analysis and scientific analysis.