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The Express5800/T120f, a dual-socket tower / 5U rack-mountable server, offers essential performance, expandability, and reliability in a compact chassis. Supporting the new high-performance and energy efficient Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 product family, high speed DDR4-2133 memory, and a high performance RAID controller supporting large cache memory, the T120f is ideal for virtualization of branch-office servers, medium-sized databases, collaboration applications, and ERP systems for medium-sized businesses.
The Express5800/T120f is optimized as a branch office server that provides optimal performance, expandability, and reliability. With up to two 12-core Xeon E5-2600 v3 processors, 16 DIMM slots for DDR4 memory, 24 hot-plug 2.5-inch drive bays, agent-less management capability, and various redundant options, the T120f delivers the right balance of features for SMBs as well as branch offices of large-enterprises.
The Express5800/T120f offers great expandability and reliability required to meet your business growth. With four PCIe Gen3 and one PCIe Gen2 slots, two integrated gigabit NICs, and up to 43.2 TB of drive capacity, the T120f offers flexible network connectivity and superior storage capacity. The redundant storage, fan, and power supply options help improve system uptime.
The Express5800/T120f helps to reduce IT expense with NEC’s innovative features. Combining high ambient temperature operation up to 40° C (104° F), intelligent cooling technology, redundant power supplies with cold-stand by mode, and 92 percent efficiency, the T120f helps to reduce energy costs. The agent-less remote monitoring feature minimizes administrator time and effort of by allowing staff to monitor and receive server status notifications from remote sites without dedicated management software. NEC’s unique setup tool, EXPRESSBUILDER, helps reduce the time and effort required for server deployment.