1U rack-mount system with 12th Gen Intel® Core Processor(Alder Lake) with R680E FCH, 4 x DDR5 UDIMM, 2 x USB2.0, 3 x SATA III, 1 x mSATA, 1 x mPCIe, OT004B pin header, TPM 2.0 (optional), IPMI slot (R492A with dying gasp, optional), 4 x NIC module & BP003A + 300W redundant PSU
The SCB-1836 is a 1 U Rack-Mount high-performance networking system, supporting 12th Gen core processor (Alder Lake) with increased CPU cores and threads (up to 16 cores/24 threads) for outstanding performance. Also, it is with increased L2 & L3 cache with up to 30MB Intel Smart cache which is 50% growth compared to Comet Lake one. SCB-1836 supports total four DDR5 DIMM (two channels and 2 DIMM per channel), up to 4800MHz and 128GB to enable faster computing. As for the expansion slots, it supports the latest PCIe Gen 5 for superior performance. Combining with PCIe Gen 4 slots to have total 4x expansion slots (2x PCIe Gen 5 & 2x PCIe Gen 4 lots), the system can build the exact configurations required per cases effortlessly as it is also compatible with AEWIN various NIC cards for 1/10/25/40/100 Gigabit fiber or copper with optional Bypass function. In addition to the great capability and function mentioned, SCB-1836 supports DPDK to accelerate packet processing to benefit the system with higher efficiency. Furthermore, it is featured with IPMI for monitoring and better managing the system intelligently. To ensure the networking security, the system is with TPM to protect its start-up process. With all the features mentioned, SCB-1836 is no doubt perfect as a performant network appliance for diverse applications.
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