1U Rack-mount Network Appliances single AMD® EPYC 7000 (Naples) Series Processor Networking System, support DDR4 up to 512GB, 4 PCIe x8 slots for Expansion Module, 2 USB3.0, 2 GbE, 1 Console, m-SATA, 2x M.2 22110, PCIe x16 slot, Redundant PSU
The SCB-1925 is a 1U Rack-Mount high-performance networking system. Supporting single AMD® EPYC 7000 (Naples) Series Processor.Based on of AMD’s new “Zen” CPU core delivers breakthrough computing performance. CPU cores up to 32 cores, supports 64MB cache and total with 128 PCIe lanes. The SCB-1925 supports eight channels DDR4 register ECC DIMM (up to 2667MHz) and maximum memory capacity is up to 512GB. With 32PCI Express lanes, the SCB-1925A can support up to 4 NIC modules, support multiple Ethernet module bays for flexible port configuration; such as 1/10/40 Gigabit fiber, Gigabit copper with BYPASS function or not. The maximum capable Ethernet port is up to 32 GbE ports. SCB-1925B supports up to 2 PCIe x16 slots for single/dual port 100 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter card in front and 1 PCIe x16 slot in rear. The strong IO elements of SCB-1925 include two management Ethernet port (one for management, another for option IPMI function), a console port, two USB 3.0 ports, a Graph LCD module with keypad (5 key), LEDs for power/ HDD/ 2 x GPIO. In addition, the SCB-1925 also supports one 3.5” or two 2.5” SATA HDDs/SSDs, onboard one m-SATA and two M.2 2280/22110 slots for basic network storage application.
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