The Boston Fenway 1180-0N is a highly flexible 1U system for high-performance.
The Boston Fenway 1180-0N is a highly flexible 1U system for high-performance and supports the latest Intel Xeon Scalable Processors (3rd Generation).
Based on Supermicro’s newest iteration of their Ultra architecture, this newest Boston Fenway boasts support for Intel’s latest, 3rd Generation Xeon Scalable processors, providing the best CPU performance Intel have to offer along with updated features taking this class of system to the next level of functionality and feature-set.
Leveraging expansion options from this latest CPU architecture (formerly known as ‘Ice Lake’), the Boston Fenway offers up to four PCIe Gen 4.0 slots, up to 4 x U.2 NVMe Gen 4.0 and flexible “Ultra” riser networking & storage interface options.
Management is handled by a new generation of BMC coupled with a dedicated hardware ‘Root of Trust’, ensuring reliable and secure operation, maintenance and upgrades. A variety of software options for management exist as well as standard, secure access using OpenBMC, IPMI and/or Redfish.
Intel Xeon Scalable
Intel Xeon Scalable (3rd Generation)
4x NVMe/SATA hot-swap 3.5" drive bays
1x RJ45 Dedicated IPMI LAN port
1x Serial port
2x VGA ports
4x USB 3.0 ports
Up to 12TB ECC DDR4 3200MHz
32x DIMM slots
2x 1200W High-efficiency (Titanium Level) power supply
8 x heavy duty fans with optimal fan speed control
Built-in Server management tool
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