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Powerhouse for Large-Scale Virtualization, In-Memory Databases, and Transaction-Intensive Workloads

As the 6th generation NEC server with Intel® Enterprise Architecture, the NEC Express5800/A2000 Series servers deliver the compute power of nine legacy servers. With 4TB of memory available per unit, there is no bottleneck of memory resources for virtualization and consolidation environments.


More cores. More threads. More memory. More I/O.

2X the performance.



The Express5800/A2000 Series enterprise-class servers are designed to offer high performance and high availability for mission critical applications.


Exceptional performance. Equipped with up to 4 CPUs of the Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4800 v3, the NEC Express5800/A2000 Series servers offer twice as much performance over the previous generation server. This performance gain is achieved through 50% more cores and 50% more threads for a total of 77 cores and 144 threads.


Unprecedented failure analysis and uptime. Numerous sensors granularly monitor the key components of the server. If an anomaly is detected, the component is isolated, and if a failure occurs, detached until the faulty component can be replaced. Spare service processor, spare clock, and spare I/O controller hub deliver an even higher level of hardware redundancy.


Advanced RAS. Tightly integrated interconnect between reliability, availability, and serviceability. Hardware redundancy not found on other x86 servers minimizes the risk of a single point of failure. Memory and I/O cards can be added without stopping the system – the only server in the world with a memory hot-add feature.


Superior flexibility and scalability. Cores can be enabled or disabled for actual workloads and varying performance demands. Idle hardware can be eliminated to improve IT cost efficiency and performance by automatically offloading various workloads to secondary instances.


Cost savings through efficiency. A proven 9:1 server consolidation rate lowers software costs by up to 27% for large-scale workloads. By consolidating several servers onto a single server, the components are lighter weight, draw less power, and reduce server sprawl.



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