Best Servers for Small/Medium Businesses

If you are looking a server that will help your business, then this article will give you enough knowledge about servers. For a new business, cloud based servers is an option for them but on-site,dedicated server can give them more security and control over the important data. to select on which suits your business is time taking process. but we have made it simple and easy for you to select one. we have made the list of five servers which doesn’t cost you much but will be to job in a best way possible.

Fujitsu Primergy TX1310 M1

Well,Fujitsu is probably not the first vendor which springs to mind when we talk about servers. yet, the Japanese manufacturer is one of the very few that can claim to be involved in anything from small business servers to supercomputers. The, TX1310 M1, is its entry-level, server and comes with some solid credentials plus an unmatched, industry-leading reliability guarantee. If your server breaks down within the first year of purchase, not only they fix or replace it, the company will also refund you the amount you paid for the server. This is made to run silently 24/7. unlikely from others, it comes with 2GB Ethernet port, with 4 DIMM slots and 4 storage bays.

  • Intel Xeon E3-1226 v3

  • intel HD Graphics P4600

  • RAM 64GB
  • 2x 1 TB HDD

  • 5x USB 3.0, 2xGB Ethernet

  • (Widht x Depth x Height) 17.5x42x39.5


Dell PowerEdge T30:

There are many different servers in the market, and that means that you’ll sometimes have to workout through entire price lists in order to find the best small server for you. Dell PowerEdge T30 – you can buy it either as a barebones or as a fully configured server. Aimed at the entry-level, the T30 manages to fit in a ton of expansion potential into a tiny, mini-tower-like chassis. Best thing is, it comes with a wealth of server features by default, which makes it a perfect alternative to an office workstation. It normally comes with:

  • Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5

  • Intel HD Graphics P530

  • RAM 64 GB

  • Upto Six SATA HDDs
  • 10x USB Ports, HDMI, Display port, VGA, Serial, PS2, GB Ethernet

  • (W x D x H) 17.5 x 43.5 x 36

Lenovo ThinkServer TS460:

If you want something a bit beefier, then consider the TS460. It is far more expensive but then again you get a server that’s in another league. It’s far bigger than the previously mentioned servers with a 50 liter volume and a 25kg weight. This 5U server runs on Intel’s Xeon E3 models with Turbo Boost technology. Amazingly, it offers a three-year onsite warranty.

It supports up to 64GB of RAM and its integrated RAID controller offers the four main RAID types. A DVD writer, four fans, 300W PSU and Gigabit Ethernet ports. Up to eight hard disk drives can be installed and there are eight USB ports as well.

 

  • Intel Xeon E3-1200 v6

  • Intel HD Graphics P630

  • RAM upto 64 GB

  • Max Storage 80 TB

  • 6 x USB 3.0, Serial, Video, 2 x Gigabit Ethernet

HP ProLiant ML350 G9 5U

HP ProLiant ML350 G9 5U:

This is an expensive piece of kit but just look at the feature list and it actually seems like a very decent deal. It has a dedicated, integrated graphics card, it offers a three-year onsite warranty, four Gigabit Ethernet ports and support for 12Gbps SAS.

But there’s more – this server runs an Intel Xeon E5-2603 v3 processor (not the usual E3 CPU) and supports two CPUs. The E5 has six cores which makes it particularly well-suited for more taxing tasks. Impressively, it has 24 memory slots, allowing it to hit 3TB of memory once 128GB LRDIMM roll out. Other than a lockable front door and a storage controller, this server earns brownie points for having dual redundant, hot-swappable 500W PSUs.

  • Intel Xeon E5-2603 v3

  • Graphics Matrox G200

  • RAM 8 GB

  • No HDD Included

  • 4x Gigabit Ethernet

Lenovo ThinkServer TS150:

Lenovo took over IBM’s x86 server range back in 2014 and has built on the best of the ThinkServer tradition. The TS150 is now the most affordable of the range, that competes with the Dell T20. It comes with support for RAID 0,1,10 and 5. This one can accommodate up to four 3.5-inch HDDs in total, which means that it can go up to 40TB of storage. The relatively-recent Intel Xeon E3-1200 v6 processor should be powerful enough for small and medium enterprises.

Lenovo also claims that the acoustics of the TS150 are even quieter than a typical library at 26 decibels. You also get an impressive array of ports and connectors: eight USB ports, four PCI/PCI-e slots, three video connectors, Serial, Gigabit Ethernet and three audio connectors.

  • Intel Xeon E3-1200 v6

  • RAM upto 64 GB

  • Storage upto 40 TB

  • 8 x USB 3.0, Serial, Video, 2 x Display ports, Audio, Gigabit Ethernet

Lenovo ThinkServer TS150

These are the five servers that we think will fulfill the needs and requirements of any small or medium businesses. If you need more help in selecting any server or with the server setup, then you can contact us

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