PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Standard and PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core servers are designed to maximise the business efficiency
Fujitsu has introduced two new PRIMERGY servers providing all-around entry-level offerings for small businesses — the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Standard and PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition.
Fujitsu said the new servers are designed to help customers to maximise business efficiency by combining special system functionality and system performance with ongoing ease of management.
With Intel Xeon processor E3 family, the Standard and Core Edition versions of the PRIMERGY TX100 S3 provide a complete package for small businesses, offering a good price/performance ratio and high levels of energy efficiency, said the company.
The Japan-based company said PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Standard Edition is suited to SMBs and it combines improved processor performance and expandable memory with the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server Essentials 2011 operating system.
New standards in entry-level IT system availability are introduced by Standard Edition server to enable 24×7 business, with data protection further enhanced by an optional battery backup unit, said Fujitsu.
The "headless" PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core Edition is a tower server aimed at small businesses who do not want to struggle with complex IT administration, said the company.
TX100 S3 Core Edition is backed by a simple, intuitive administration for ease of Core Edition server usage.
Fujitsu said its ‘Just power-up ‘n’ run’ technology reduces management complexity, time and cost for new owners, since the Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 Foundation operating system comes pre-installed.
Fujitsu said PRIMERGY TX100 S3 Core edition automatically detect and correct errors found during the boot phase with the help of self-healing software introduced by the company.
The new S3 model servers share capabilities that reduce operating costs and noise as well as increasing efficiency and the energy consumption is lower than competing systems, reaching 94 percent efficiency in operation and through Fujitsu’s 0-Watt functionality, said the company.
In addition, both servers use halogen-free printed circuit boards to further minimise their environmental impact and additionally produce minimal noise disturbance.
Fujitsu Technology Solutions Product Development Group senior vice-president Jens-Peter Seick said since PRIMERGY TX100’s introduction it has proven to be very popular with small businesses since it provides tailored IT to cost-effectively run operations.
"The injection of new, more powerful Intel Xeon processors delivers enhanced functionality that will directly help small businesses do more with less by entering the world of PRIMERGY TX servers," said Seick.