HPE Apollo r2800 with Expander - storage enclosure

Mfg. Part: 798154-B21 | CDW Part: 3835761 | UNSPSC: 43201616
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$1,949.99 Advertised Price
Lease Option ($57.52/month)
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  • Storage enclosure
  • 24 bays (SATA-300 / SAS)
  • CTO
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Main Features
  • Storage enclosure
  • 24 bays (SATA-300 / SAS)
  • CTO
The Apollo 2000 System is the enterprise bridge to scale-out architecture for traditional data centers delivering the space and cost savings of density-optimized infrastructure in a non-disruptive manner. It is a dense, multi-server platform that packs a lot of performance and workload capability into a small amount of datacenter space while delivering the efficiencies of a shared infrastructure.

The Apollo 2000 System offers the configuration flexibility to support a variety of workloads, from remote site systems to large HPC clusters and everything in between. And it can be deployed cost-effectively starting with a single 2U, shared infrastructure chassis to meet the configuration needs of a wide variety of scale-out workloads.

The Apollo 2000 System is a density-optimized, 2U shared infrastructure chassis for up to 4 ProLiant Gen9 independent, hot-plug servers with all the traditional data center attributes - standard racks and cabling and rear-aisle serviceability access. A 42U rack fits up to 20 Apollo r2000 series chassis accommodating up to 80 servers per rack.

With Apollo 2000 System servers there is flexibility to tailor the system to the precise needs of each workload with compute and flexible I/O and storage options. Apollo 2000 System servers can be "mixed and matched" within a single chassis to support different applications and it can even be deployed with a single server, leaving room to scale as customer's needs grow. The Apollo 2000 chassis comes with 4 single rotor fans and an additional 4 fans can be added for redundancy.

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