Network server HPE Apollo f8000

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With industry leading performance density, the HPE Apollo f8000 Rack holds up to 144 HPE ProLiant Servers with plenty of CPU, accelerator, memory and networking options in a standard rack footprint. The HPE Apollo f8000 Rack powers HPC workloads with 3-phase high voltage AC, single stage power rectification and high voltage DC distribution. Smart sensors automatically track and dynamically adjust system components for optimum efficiency. Water coming into the rack is distributed through manifolds that split out to thermal bus bars for heat transfer from the dry disconnect server trays. Water going out of the rack features isolation valves and is aggregated for energy recycling. HPE Apollo 8000 System Manager provides real time data from hundreds of smart sensors and environmental controls, server data available with HPE Integrated Lights-Out, HPE Advanced Power Management, system monitoring, management and optimization. What's New Each HPE Apollo f8000 rack supports an integrated 1GbE switch with up to 160 ports for simplified cabling and management connectivity. Key Features Get More Performance in a Smaller Footprint With a standard rack footprint of 24 inches x 48 inches, the HPE Apollo f8000 Rack can pack up to 288 processors, or up to 144 accelerators per rack, about 4x the density of a common high performance computing (HPC) server rack. By integrating eight high-speed FDR InfiniBand switches (18 downlinks and 18 uplinks) and connectivity via mid-planes within the rack, the HPE Apollo f8000 Rack consolidates connections, and uses about half the cables of a traditional rack.


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