The server chassis is a framework that holds the discs and houses other components such as random-access memory and motherboards.
The ability to store servers within a cabinet, which provides an extra layer of security from pests, accidents, dust, weather, and other factors, is propelling the server chassis industry forward. The server chassis supports a wide range of business, personal, and other applications.
The 2U rack server solutions that small and mid-sized organisations may readily accept are likely to be major drivers that will enhance the growth of the server chassis market in the coming years.
Furthermore, most 4U systems allow up to four CPUs, eight or more hard drives, and six or more PCI/E expansion ports, which is expected to boost the growth of the server chassis industry.
The Europe Server Chassis Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Chenbro, a pioneer in the design and manufacture of own-brand rackmount systems, is pleased to unveil the SR115 mainstream-level tower/rackable workstation server chassis, which will support a wide range of corporate servers applications.
It’s the appropriate workstation for low to high workloads for AI/GPU applications, with a multi-drive cage design option and effective thermal performance for two double-width GPU applications.
GPU servers are expanding and have become a trend in the server industry as AI technologies develop. The SR115 is a general-purpose server that may also be used as a workstation to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses.
Its adaptable workstation setup can handle a wide range of applications, from light to heavy workloads. The SR115’s rackable tower server chassis features a stand-alone rackmount and pedestal application enabling easy integration of new technologies into any environment.
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