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  • Dell PowerEdge R430 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2603V4 1.7 GHz – 8 GB – 300 GB

    $1,894.04

    Dell PowerEdge R430 – Server – rack-mountable – 1U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2603V4 / 1.7 GHz – RAM 8 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 300 GB – DVD-Writer – Matrox G200 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R430 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2620V4 2.1 GHz – 8 GB – 300 GB

    $2,248.24

    Dell PowerEdge R430 – Server – rack-mountable – 1U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2620V4 / 2.1 GHz – RAM 8 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 300 GB – DVD-Writer – Matrox G200 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R630 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2620V4 2.1 GHz – 8 GB – 300 GB

    $2,673.74

    Dell PowerEdge R630 – Server – rack-mountable – 1U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2620V4 / 2.1 GHz – RAM 8 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 300 GB – Matrox G200 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R630 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2640V4 2.4 GHz – 16 GB – 240 GB

    $3,677.69

    Dell PowerEdge R630 – Server – rack-mountable – 1U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2640V4 / 2.4 GHz – RAM 16 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – SSD 2 x 120 GB – Matrox G200 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R630 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2640V4 2.4 GHz – 16 GB – 600 GB

    $3,448.84

    Dell PowerEdge R630 – Server – rack-mountable – 1U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2640V4 / 2.4 GHz – RAM 16 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 600 GB – Matrox G200 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R630 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2660V4 2 GHz – 32 GB – 1.2 TB

    $6,678.04

    Dell PowerEdge R630 – Server – rack-mountable – 1U – 2-way – 2 x Xeon E5-2660V4 / 2 GHz – RAM 32 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 1.2 TB – Matrox G200 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R730 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2620V4 2.1 GHz – 16 GB – 300 GB

    $3,118.79

    Dell PowerEdge R730 – Server – rack-mountable – 2U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2620V4 / 2.1 GHz – RAM 16 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 300 GB – G200eR2 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • Dell PowerEdge R730 – rack-mountable – Xeon E5-2640V4 2.4 GHz – 32 GB – 600 GB

    $4,119.29

    Dell PowerEdge R730 – Server – rack-mountable – 2U – 2-way – 1 x Xeon E5-2640V4 / 2.4 GHz – RAM 32 GB – SAS – hot-swap 2.5″ – HDD 600 GB – G200eR2 – GigE – no OS – monitor: none

  • New PowerEdge R940 Rack Server

    $9,888.85

    Processor

    Up to four Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, up to 28 cores

    Operating System

    Canonical® Ubuntu® LTS Citrix® XenServer®
    Microsoft Windows Server® with Hyper-V Red Hat® Enterprise Linux
    SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server VMware® ESXi

    Memory*

    48 DDR4 DIMM slots, Supports RDIMM /LRDIMM, up to 2666MT/s, 6TB max
    Up to 12 NVDIMM, 384 GB Max
    Supports registered ECC DDR4 DIMMs only

    Drive Bays

    Front drive bays:
    Up to 24 x 2.5” drives (up to 12 x NVMe)
    Max Storage 122 TB

    RAID Controllers

    Internal controllers:
    PERC S140, H330, H730P, H740P Boot optimized Storage Subsystem

    External HBAs (RAID):
    H840

    External HBAs (non-RAID):
    12 Gbps SAS HBA

    Power

    Platinum 1100W, 1600W, 2000W, 2400W, 336-
    380VDC 1100W, Gold 48VDC 1100W
    Hot plug power supplies with full redundancy option 8 hot plugs fans with full redundancy

    Chassis

    Optional LCD or Security bezel

    Management

    Embedded / At-the-Server
    iDRAC9 with Lifecycle Controller (Express, Enterprise)
    iDRAC Direct
    iDRAC REST API with Redfish

    Consoles
    OpenManage Enterprise (coming soon)
    OpenManage Essentials
    OpenManage Power Center

    Tools
    iDRAC Service Module
    OpenManage Server Administrator
    OpenManage Storage Services
    Dell EMC Repository Manager
    Dell EMC System Update
    Dell EMC Server Update Utility
    Dell EMC Update Catalogs

    OpenManage Integrations
    Microsoft® System Center
    VMware® vCenter™
    BMC software (available from BMC)

    OpenManage Connections
    Nagios Core and Nagios XI
    HPE Operations Manager i (OMi)

    Dimensions

    Form factor:
    Rack (3U)

    Chassis depth:
    777.05 mm

    Ports

    Network daughter card options:
    4x 1Gb, 4x 10Gb, 2x 10Gb+2x 1Gb, or 2x 25Gb

    Front ports:
    Video, 2 x USB 3.0, dedicated IDRAC Direct USB

    Rear ports:
    Video, serial, 2 x USB 3.0, dedicated iDRAC network port

    Video card:
    VGA
    Up to 13 x Gen3 slots, (3 x8 + 10 x16)

    Regulatory

    Product Safety, EMC and Environmental Datasheets
    Dell Regulatory Compliance Home Page 
    Dell and the Environment

    Data Protection

    TPM 1.2/2.0 optional Cryptographically signed firmware
    Secure Boot
    System Lockdown
    Secure erase

How Web Servers Work?

Have you ever wondered about the mechanisms that delivered this page to you?
  • Chances are you are sitting at a computer right now, viewing this page in a browser. So, when you clicked on the link for this page, or typed in its URL (uniform resource locator), what happened behind the scenes to bring this page onto your screen?

How does a computer server work?
  • If you’ve ever been curious about the process, or have ever wanted to know some of the specific mechanisms that allow you to surf the Internet, then read on. In this article, you will learn how Web servers bring pages into your home, school or office. Let’s get started!

Have Questions?

What do I do if my hard disk fails to work?

As with most computer errors, your first step is to shut down your computer and restart it. This will help you determine whether or not you actually have a hard disk problem. If the disk is severely damaged then your computer will probably fail to restart properly. If this is the case then contact MCWare IT Solutions, this is a job for the professionals.

There are black borders on my screen, what do I do?

If the resolution was recently changed it is possible for the monitor to not auto adjust or shift to the correct size. If this occurs, the resolution can be changed back to the original setting or you can manually adjust the monitor. If a black border exists on the monitor it can generally be resolved by manually adjusting the horizontal or vertical width. Because each monitor is different, the method of adjusting this setting will vary; consult your monitor documentation.

Does ArkaHost offer phone support?

Yes! Phone support comes standard with our Pro Package. We offer email and live chat support options with our other packages, and we have a robust community forum where you can get help from the Webs community as well as ArkaHost staff members.

I get a 'no signal input' message, what do I do?

Verify that the monitor is properly connected in the back of the monitor as well as to the back of the computer. If the monitor appears to be connected properly, verify that a cable is not loose by disconnecting all cables that can be disconnected in the back of the monitor (generally the data cable cannot be disconnected). Next, disconnect the data cable connected to the back of the computer and then reconnect the cable. When connecting the cable in the back of the computer ensure the cable connection is tight. Most Computers will also have screw ends that can be screwed in to hold the connector in place.

Why is my mouse acting erratically?

Users who have an optical mechanical mouse (most common mouse for desktop computers) are likely experiencing erratic behaviour because the mouse is not clean or is dirty. If you’ve cleaned the mouse and continue to encounter issues and this mouse has worked in the past fine unfortunately your mouse is likely defective. One additional test that can be done to help determine if this is the case or not is to connect the mouse to another computer. Otherwise we suggest replacing the mouse.

The wheel on my mouse isn't working properly, what do I do?

What do I do when my computer crashes?

How can I clean my keyboard?

The keys on a keyboard are only clipped on, with a knife or other thin object, carefully pop the keys off, this will allow you to clean under the keys as well as cleaning the keys themselves (make sure you remember where they went!).

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