Emerson Network Power Launches Katana 2000 Bladed Server Platform Based on Open Standards AdvancedTCA Technology

Tue, Mar 31st, 2009. In Communication, Networking

The Katana 2000® Bladed Server Platform based on open-standards AdvancedTCA® technology is designed to provide network equipment providers with improved serviceability, power and space efficiency over typical rack mount server-based solutions for tasks that store, process and forward large amounts of data in a wide range of applications where reliability or bill-per-minute are critical. The low-profile system can be supplied with one or two high performance server blades, each featuring two of the latest quad-core Intel® Xeon® 5500 series processor devices with up to 48GB DDR3 memory and two individually hot-swappable mass storage units…


Katana 2000 Bladed Server
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