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Optimized for mission-critical, enterprise-level storage applications, Supermicro's innovative SYS-6036ST-6LR v2 Super SBB features a fully redundant, fault-tolerant "Cluster-in-a-box" system. The 3U Super SBB supports 16x 3.5" Hot-swap HDDs (SAS1, SAS2 or Enterprise SATA*) with the option to expand beyond 16 HDDS by using the SBB JBOD SYS-937R-E2JB.
The Super SBB provides hot-swappable canisters for all active components. Each of the two Serverboard canisters contain support for Dual-Processors (5500/5600 series CPUs), 6 DIMM slots, 3 PCI-E Gen2 slots and 6Gbps SAS (SAS2). With the dual 10GbE connection between the Serverboards via the midplane, if one serverboard fails, the other serverboard is able to take over control and access the HDD's (both controllers can also work as Active-active mode), keeping the system up and running.
* Note: SATA support requires interposer.
Intel 5520 (Tylersburg-36D)
Chipset I/O Controller
Intel Xeon 5500
Intel Xeon 5600
16 x 3.5" Hot-swap SAS/SATA
1 x (x8) PCI-E 2.0 slot (w/ riser)
2 x (x4) PCI-E 2.0 slots (w/ riser)
GPU Memory Sizes
1 x 6Gb/s SAS2 port for cascading
1 x console port (via KVM cable)
1 x USB A type
1 x VGA port
2 x USB ports
2 x Network activity LEDs
Hard drive activity LED
Power fail LED
Power status LED
System Overheat LED
Onboard BMC for IPMI 2.0 support
DDR3 Registered ECC SDRAM
Intel 82576 Dual-Port Gigabit
Intel 82599EB 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller for interconnection
PSU Output Capacity
LSI 2008 SAS2 controller
Storage Bridge Bay (SBB)
12 x PWM cooling fans
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