1U Rack-Mount, Intel Comet lake-S processor with W480E PCH, 4x DDR4, 2x RJ45 GbE, 1x RJ45 Console, 2x USB, 6x I210AT GbE, 2x I210IS SFP, 4x SATA3, mSATA, IPMI slot (IPMI Default / mini PCIe optional), 2x PCIe x8 slots for NIC card, 300W redundant PSU
The SCB-1736 is a 1U Rack-Mount hardware networking system. Supporting Intel® Comet Lake-S (10th & 11th Core) processors with Intel® W480E PCH. The SCB-1736 supports 4x DDR4 UDIMM (up to 2933 MHz) and maximum memory capacity is up to 128GB. The SCB-1736 can support 2x NIC modules which can support multiple Ethernet module bays for flexible port configuration, such as 1/10/40/100 Gigabit fiber, Gigabit Copper/Fiber with BYPASS function or not. It provides the flexibility to match customers’ needs. The strong IO elements of SCB-1736 include two management Ethernet port (one for management, another for option IPMI function), a console port, USB ports, LEDs for power/ HDD/ 2 x GPO. In addition, the SCB-1736 also supports 4x SATA III and 1x mSATA for network storage application.
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