Rugged servers for mission-critical applications in harsh environments introduced by Themis

FREMONT, Calif., 27 July 2010. Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing two high performance servers for mission-critical applications in harsh environments called the RES-22XR3/FIO and RES-32XR3/FIO. The Themis Rugged Enterprise Servers (RES) come as 2RU and 3RU systems in a 17-inch depth chassis with all I/O accessible from the front of the machines.

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FREMONT, Calif., 27 July 2010. Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing two high performance rugged servers for mission-critical applications in harsh environments called the RES-22XR3/FIO and RES-32XR3/FIO. The Themis Rugged Enterprise Servers (RES) come as 2RU and 3RU systems in a 17-inch depth chassis with all I/O accessible from the front of the machines.

Power supplies, disk drives, Gigabit Ethernet controllers and a graphics port also are front panel accessible on these rugged computers. Front-panel-only access and shallow depth make these servers suitable for space-constrained environments. Themis's servers support the Linux and Windows operating systems.

Themis's systems come with four-core (5500 series) or six-core (5600 series) Intel Xeon processors with as much as 144 gigabytes of memory, as much disk storage as eight lockable and removable drives, hot-swappable fans and hard disk drives, and single or redundant power supply options.

With a compact, light aluminum chassis and Themis's advanced thermal and mechanical design techniques, these servers will provide users with reliability, availability and service. The servers are expandable through the addition of commercially available, off the shelf networking cards, graphics, I/O, peripherals and other value-added options.

For more information contact Themis online at www.themis.com.

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