Server Chassis to Provide Enclosure & Power for Server Gear
Protect and enhance your company's server equipment while keeping costs to a minimum with the right server chassis. If your company uses just one, or if it requires a few servers and physical space isn't a major concern, consider using tower chassis to keep cost to a minimum. Where space is a concern, or where server racks are already in place, rack mount chassis may be the way to go. Blade chassis may be the best option if computing power, compactness and easy deployment are more crucial than the ability to expand I/O ports.
Tower Chassis Provide Cost-Effective, Versatile Solutions
Tower server chassis are a great option if your company only needs a few servers and cost is a primary factor. Typically, tower chassis are low-cost, and tower configurations allow for easy expandability of I/O ports and internal cards.
Rack Servers Provide Easy Expansion and Save Space
If your company has expansion plans that could involve many servers, or if your company already has server racks, rack mount chassis could provide the best way to keep costs down while minimizing the use of physical space and allowing easy expandability of I/O ports and internal cards. In addition, rack mount servers make cable management easier for techs. The width of many racks and rack server chassis is standardized at 19 inches, making product selection and deployment easier.
Blade Servers Maximize Compactness and Facilitate Deployment
Blade server chassis are highly compact, requiring less space than towers chassis or rack mount chassis. In addition, a tech can typically slide a new server into a blade chassis without installing any new cabling. Blade chassis commonly hold additional equipment, such as switches, or provide additional features, such as built-in KVM switches, further saving on space while making things easier for techs.