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Server (ARM-based)

A stand-alone server, or rack-mounted server, is a physical computer dedicated to run one or more services on a network (as a host) to serve the needs of the users of other computers on a network. Depending on the computing service that it offers, it could be a database server, file server, mail server, print server, web server, gaming server, or some other kind of server. Stand-alone servers differ from blade servers in that they typically contain separate power and cooling functions, are larger, yet more cost-effective for small deployments.

A blade server is a stripped-down server computer with a modular design optimized to minimize the use of physical space and energy. A blade enclosure, which can hold multiple blade servers, provides services such as power, cooling, networking, various interconnects and management. Together, blades and the blade enclosure form a blade system.


Technical Documentation

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Apps Notes & White Papers
DDR4 LRDIMMs For Both Memory Capacity and Speed White Paper PDF 5.22 MB May 19, 2014
IDT PCI Express Solutions Overview 简体中文, 日本語 Overview PDF 945 KB Aug 4, 2016
IDT Clock Generation Overview 日本語 Overview PDF 1.83 MB Apr 28, 2016
IDT Clock Distribution Overview 日本語 Overview PDF 3.79 MB Apr 25, 2016
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Supercomputing at the Mobile Edge Overview Overview PDF 939 KB Sep 25, 2015
RapidIO2 Switch Overview Portfolio Overview PDF 4.03 MB Mar 1, 2011