2U/4U Rackmount Dual AMD EPYC 9004 Series Processors (Genoa/Bergamo) Network System, support DDR5 RDIMM up to 2TB, 4x PCIe Gen5 + 12x PCIe Gen4 slot for Network Expansion Module, 2x 2.5”, SATA HDD hot-swappable, IPMI, USB 3.0, 2x 1GbE, 1x Console, CF/mSATA/miniPCI-E, M.2, Redundant PSU
The SCB-1946 is a 2U/4U Rack-Mount Network Appliance supporting Dual AMD EPYC 9004 Series Processors (Genoa/Bergamo) with breakthrough computing performance. It is with increased CPU cores up to 96 cores per EPYC 9004 processor. The SCB-1946 supports 16x channels DDR5 RDIMM (up to 4800 MHz) and 4x PCIe Gen5 x8 plus up to 12 x PCIe Gen4 x8 slots for Network Expansion Module. Multiple different ethernet modules are available for flexible port configuration, such as 1/10/40/100 Gigabit fiber and Gigabit Copper/Fiber with or without BYPASS function. And the expansion bay can flexibly support 2x 2.5” U.2 NVMe SSD tray, and GPU/FPGA add-on card swappable tray. SCB-1946 is an ideal computing server for Edge and AI workloads. The strong IO elements of SCB-1946 include 2x management port (one for management, another for onboard BMC/IPMI function), a console port, 2x USB 2.0, a graphic LCD module. In addition, the SCB-1946 also supports 2x 2.5” SATA HDDs/SSDs hot-swappable, onboard CF/mSATA/miniPCI-E, and M.2 slot for basic network storage application.
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