1U Rack-Mount, Intel Atom P5300/C5000 processor (SnowRidge/ParkerRidge), 4 DDR4 slot, 2 copper RJ45, 8 SFP+ 10G GbE,4 GbE RJ45（Intel i350-AM4）, Bypass, 2 PCIe x8 Slot for NIC, Console, USB, SATA ,mSATA, IPMI, Redundant PSU
The SCB-1739 is a 1U Rack-Mount network appliance. It is based on Intel Atom P5300/C5000 processor (SnowRidge/ParkerRidge) with increased CPU cores up to 24 for higher performance and better efficiency. The SCB-1739 has 2x channels DDR4 register ECC RDIMM (up to 2933 MHz), and maximum memory capacity is up to 128GB. With 32 PCI Express lanes, the SCB-1739 features up to two Network Expansion Modules to support multiple different ethernet modules for building flexible configuration with options of 1/10/40/100 Gigabit fiber, Gigabit Copper/Fiber with or without BYPASS function. The strong IO elements of SCB-1739 include two management port (one for management, another for option IPMI function), a console port, USB ports, etc. In addition, the SCB-1739 also supports internal 2.5” SATA HDD/SSD and onboard m-SATA/miniPCI-E slot for network
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