The Supermicro SuperServer 2028TP-HC1R is a specific model of Supermicro server designed for high-performance computing (HPC) and data center applications. Here are some general characteristics that are typical of Supermicro SuperServer models, but please note that specific details may vary based on the configuration:
Form Factor: The "2028" in the model number suggests that it's a 2U (2 rack units) server, which means it occupies two standard rack spaces in a server rack.
Processor Support: Supermicro servers typically support a range of Intel and/or AMD processors. The specific supported processors may vary based on the model and configuration.
Memory: These servers usually support ECC (Error-Correcting Code) memory for enhanced reliability. The amount of supported RAM will depend on the motherboard and configuration.
Storage: Supermicro SuperServers often have multiple drive bays for 2.5" or 3.5" hard drives or solid-state drives (SSDs). They might also support various RAID configurations for data redundancy and performance.
Expansion Slots: The servers may come with PCIe slots for additional cards such as graphics cards, networking cards, or other expansion cards.
Networking: Supermicro servers typically include multiple Gigabit Ethernet ports or even 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports for high-speed networking.
Management: Supermicro servers often feature IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) for remote management and monitoring.
Power Supply: The power supply configuration can vary, and redundant power supplies are common in enterprise-grade servers for increased reliability.