Themis Introduces Intel-Based RES-mini Server
Jan 30, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Themis Computer announced the Intel-based RES-mini ruggedized server.
According to a release, designed for use in demanding environments where Size, Weight, and Power (SWAP) is severely limited, the Themis RES-mini combines the design of the RES server family with the latest E5 1600 and 2600 Intel Xeon processors with four, six, or eight cores. Designed to be fully compatible with virtualization technologies such as VMWare and Citrix XenServer, the RES-mini brings next generation technology to mission-critical military, industrial, and commercial applications.
Featuring two expansion slots, high-speed I/O, and storage, the RES-mini server provides users with versatile configuration and system expansion options and a lightweight coated aluminum chassis provides improved system resistance to corrosion. The RES-mini also incorporates thermal and kinetic management design. The addition of commercially available, off-the shelf networking cards, graphics, I/O, peripherals, and other value-added options, results in a system that has greater flexibility to meet current and future system requirements.
"Themis is committed to providing the highest-performance computing, in the smallest form factors possible, with a focus on size, weight, power and cooling," said Bill Kehret, President and CEO of Themis. "The RES-mini is a unique, ruggedized server that exemplifies how Themis brings these benefits together with tiered storage and virtual machines, at the edge of the cloud, to support war fighters and mission-critical applications."
Themis Computer is a developer and supplier of high performance board and system level products for mission-critical commercial and military applications.
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