Hosting

The greatest challenge in large-scale destructive events is to have stable and accessible emergency communication systems and dynamically scalable shared pool of computing resources, including networks, storage and applications. Hosting offers availability, scalability and speed of real time information & coordination for disaster recovery.

Hosters close to the edge are faced with energy insecurity and it’s cost-rising effect. Their TCO is driven down by efficiencies in power and cooling delivered by high-density servers, liquid cooling, ongoing virtualization and server-storage convergence.

Suggested Configurations

HIRO ZX3000

Size # Servers SOC Bandwidth # Cores Memory/ Core Storage/ Core
2U 64 ARM A72 2.0GHz 6M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x32x10 GbE down 512 4GB 125GB
2U 64 Intel Xeon D 2.0GHz 9M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x32x10 GbE down 512 4GB 125GB

NEC DX2000

Size # Servers SOC Bandwidth # Cores Memory/ Core Storage/ Core
3U 34 Intel Xeon D 2.2GHz 6M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x34x10 GbE down 136 16GB 128GB
3U 34 Intel Xeon D 2.2GHz 6M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x34x10 GbE down 136 16GB 64GB
3U 44 Intel Xeon D 1.3GHz 24M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x44x10 GbE down 704 4GB 32GB

Kaleao KMax

Size # Servers SOC Bandwidth # Cores Memory/ Core Storage/ Core
2U 44 2.1GHz 12M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x44x10 GbE down 352 8GB 64GB
2U 22 2.1GHz 12M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 4x22x10 GbE down 176 8GB 64GB
2U 34 1.3GHz 24M Cache 2x8x40 GbE up 2x44x10 GbE down 544 4GB 32GB
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