ENERGY STAR Certified Enterprise Servers

data.energystar.gov | Last Updated 18 Jun 2014

Certified models meet all ENERGY STAR requirements as listed in the Version 2.0 ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Enterprise Servers that are effective as of December 16, 2013. A detailed listing of key efficiency criteria are available at http://www.energystar.gov/certified-products/detail/enterprise_servers

This dataset has the following 247 columns:

Column NameAPI Column NameData TypeDescriptionSample Values
ENERGY STAR Unique IDpd_idnumberThe ENERGY STAR Unique ID (ESUID) is a string of seven numbers EPA assigns to an ENERGY STAR model or set of models with unique performance characteristics. This ESUID is unique to both the model and product specification version and is assigned by EPA upon receipt of certification information from the certification body. Each row within the product list will have a unique ESUID. Developers may wish to use this ESUID to track information on certified models in their information systems.
ENERGY STAR Partnerenergy_star_partnertextAn organization that signed a Partnership Agreement with EPA to manufacture or private label ENERGY STAR qualified products.
Brand Namebrand_nametextAn identifier assigned by the manufacturer or private labeler to a product or family/series of products for sales and marketing purposes.
Model Namemodel_nametextAn identifier assigned by the manufacturer or private labeler to a product or family/series of products for sales and marketing purposes.
Model Numbermodel_numbertextA distinguishing identifier, usually alphanumeric, assigned to a product by the manufacturer or private labeler.
Additional Model Informationadditional_model_informationtextThis column includes for the qualified model or family, family members, additional model names, model numbers and other identifying information associated with a product or family/series of products for sales and marketing purposes. Other identifying information includes, but is not limited to, SKUs, UPC codes, retail numbers, and/or descriptions of models included/not included in the reported Model Family.
Typeproduct_typetextThe four types of computer servers eligible for ENERGY STAR certification are: 1 or 2 socket, 3 or 4 socket, blade, and multi-node servers.
Form Factorproduct_form_factortextThe form factor describes the physical configuration of the product. Types of form factors for computer servers include tower or pedestal, rack-mount, and blade (half or full chassis.
Base Idle State Power Allowance Category for 1S and 2S Serversbase_idle_state_power_allowance_category_for_1s_and_2s_serverstextThe base idle state power allowance category system is found in Table 3 of the Version 2.0 Computer Servers specification and is applicable for 1 and 2 socket servers.
Single Serversingle_servertextIf Yes, this submission represents a single server. If No, this submission represents a product family which is a high-level description referring to a group of computers sharing on chassis/motherboard combination that often contains hundreds of possible hardware and software configuration.
Resilient Systemresilient_systemtextA computer server designed with extensive Reliability, Availability, Serviceability (RAS) and scalability features integrated in the micro architecture of the system, CPU, and chipset. See Appendix B of the Version 2.0 Computer Servers Program Requirements for more details on the definition of a Resilient System.
Managed Servermanaged_servertextA computer server that is designed for a high level of availability in a highly managed environment. A managed servers must be designed to be configured with redundant power supplies and it must contain an installed dedicated management controller (e.g., service processor).
Number of Nodes for Multi-nodenumber_of_nodes_for_multi_nodenumberA multi-node server is designed with two or more independent server nodes that share a single enclosure and one or more power supplies. This indicates the number of nodes contained in this type of server.
Error Correcting Codeerror_correcting_codetextAn error-correcting code (ECC) is a memory type which uses redundant data to allow for reconsturcion of data when errors occur.
Error Correcting Code Enabled in Hardware as Shippederror_correcting_code_enabled_in_hardware_as_shippedtextAn error-correcting code (ECC) is a system of using redundant data to allow for reconsturcion of data when errors occur.
Available Expansion Slotsavailable_expansion_slotsnumberThe number of expansion slots available for Input/Output (I/O) Devices and/or Auxiliary Processing Accelerators (APAs).
Operating Systems Supportedoperating_systems_supportedtextTypes of operating systems supported by computer servers include Windows, Linux, Unix, Solaris, and SPARC.
Operating System Used for Testingoperating_system_used_for_testingtextTypes of operating systems supported by computer servers include Windows, Linux, Unix, Solaris, and SPARC.
Power Saving Features Availablepower_saving_features_availabletextTypes of power saving features available include dynamic voltage and frequency of scaling of processor(s), processor or core reduced power states, power capping, variable speed fan control based on power or thermal readings, low power memory states, and lower power I/O states.
Power Saving Features Enabledpower_saving_features_enabledtextThe types of power saving features that are enabled.
End User Required Power Saving Featuresend_user_required_power_saving_featurestextThe types of power saving features that require the end user to enable them.
Other Power Saving Feature 1: Descriptionother_power_saving_feature_1_descriptiontextIf Power Saving Feature available is listed as Other, a description is provided here.
Other Power Saving Feature 1: Enabled on Shipmentother_power_saving_feature_1_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf Other Power Saving Feature is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Other Power Saving Feature 1: End-User Enabling Requiredother_power_saving_feature_1_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf Other Power Saving Feature requires the end user to enable
Other Power Saving Feature 2: Descriptionother_power_saving_feature_2_descriptiontextIf Other Power Saving Feature 2 is available, a description is provided here.
Other Power Saving Feature 2: Enabled on Shipmentother_power_saving_feature_2_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf Other Power Saving Feature 2 is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Other Power Saving Feature 2: End-User Enabling Requiredother_power_saving_feature_2_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf Other Power Saving Feature 2 requires the end user to enable it.
Other Power Saving Feature 3: Descriptionother_power_saving_feature_3_descriptiontextIf Other Power Saving Feature 3 is available, a description is provided here.
Other Power Saving Feature 3: Enabled on Shipmentother_power_saving_feature_3_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf Other Power Saving Feature 3 is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Other Power Saving Feature 3: End-User Enabling Requiredother_power_saving_feature_3_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf Other Power Saving Feature 3 requires the end user to enable it.
Processor Power Management Enabled in Hardware on Shipmentprocessor_power_management_enabled_in_hardware_on_shipmenttextIf processor power management is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Storage Power Management Enabled in Hardware on Shipmentstorage_power_management_enabled_in_hardware_on_shipmenttextIf storage power management is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Memory Power Management Enabled in Hardware on Shipmentmemory_power_management_enabled_in_hardware_on_shipmenttextIf memory power management is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
I/O Power Management Enabled in Hardware on Shipmenti_o_power_management_enabled_in_hardware_on_shipmenttextIf I/O power management is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Processor Dynamic Voltage Scaling Enabled on Shipmentprocessor_dynamic_voltage_scaling_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf processor dynamic voltage scaling capability is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Processor Dynamic Frequency Scaling Enabled on Shipmentprocessor_dynamic_frequency_scaling_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf processor dynamic frequency scaling capability is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Processor Dynamic Voltage Scaling End-User Enabling Requiredprocessor_dynamic_voltage_scaling_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf processor dynamic voltage scaling capability requires the end user to enable it.
Processor Dynamic Frequency Scaling End-User Enabling Requiredprocessor_dynamic_frequency_scaling_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf processor dynamic frequency scaling capability requires the end user to enable it.
Processor or Core Reduced Power States Enabled on Shipmentprocessor_or_core_reduced_power_states_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf processor or core reduced power states are enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Processor or Core Reduced Power States Enabling Requiredprocessor_or_core_reduced_power_states_enabling_requiredtextIf processor or core reduced power states require the end user to enable them.
Low Power Memory States Enabled on Shipmentlow_power_memory_states_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf low power memory states are enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Low Power Memory States End-User Enabling Requiredlow_power_memory_states_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf low power memory states require the end user to enable them.
Low Power I/O States Enabled on Shipmentlow_power_i_o_states_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf low power I/O states are enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Low Power I/O States End-User Enabling Requiredlow_power_i_o_states_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf low power I/O states require the end user to enable them.
Liquid Cooling Capability Enabled on Shipmentliquid_cooling_capability_enabled_on_shipmenttextIf liquid cooling capability is enabled in hardware upon shipment.
Liquid Cooling Capability End-User Enabling Requiredliquid_cooling_capability_end_user_enabling_requiredtextIf liquid cooling capability requires the end user to enable it.
Available DIMM Slotsavailable_dimm_slotsnumberThe available dual in-line memory modules.
Maximum Memory Capacity (GB)maximum_memory_capacitynumberThe maximum amount of dynamic random-access memory the system can support, measured in GB.
Maximum Number Blade Slotsmaximum_number_blade_slotsnumberThe maximum number of blade slots the system can support.
Model Number or Config ID for Low-end Performance Configurationmodel_number_or_config_id_for_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe model or configuration number for the low-end performance configuration of the qualified product family. It is defined as the combination of Processor Socket Power, PSUs, Memory, Storage (HDD/SDD), and I/O devices that represents the lower-price or lower-performance computing platform within the Product Family.
Model Number or Config ID for Minimum Power Configurationmodel_number_or_config_id_for_minimum_power_configurationtextThe model or configuration number for the minimum power configuration of the qualified product family. It is defined as the minimum configuration that is able to boot and execute supported OSs. The Minimum Configuration contains the lowest Processor Socket Power, least number of installed PSUs, Memory, Storage (HDD/SDD), and I/O devices, that is both offered for sale and capable of meeting ENERGY STAR requirements.
Model Number or Config ID for Typical or Single Configurationmodel_number_or_config_id_for_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe model or configuration number for the typical or single configuration of the qualified product family. It is defined as a product configuration that lies between the Minimum and Maximum Power configurations and is representative of a deployed product with high volume sales.
Model Number or Config ID for Maximum Power Configurationmodel_number_or_config_id_for_maximum_power_configurationtextThe model or configuration number for the maximum power configuration of the qualified product family. It is defined as the vendor-selected combination of components that maximize power usage within the Product Family once assembled and operated. The Maximum Configuration contains the highest Processor Socket Power, greatest number of installed PSUs, Memory, Storage (HDD/SDD), and I/O devices that is both offered for sale and capable of meeting ENERGY STAR requirements.
Model Number or Config ID for High-end Performance Configurationmodel_number_or_config_id_for_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe model or configuration number for the high-end performance configuration of the qualified product family. It is defined as the combination of Processor Socket Power, PSUs, Memory, Storage (HDD/SDD), and I/O devices that represents either the higher-price or higher-performance computing platform within the Product Family.
Installed Processors for Low-end Performance Configurationinstalled_processors_for_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of processors installed in the product's as-shipped configuration.
Installed Processors for Minimum Power Configurationinstalled_processors_for_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of processors installed in the product's as-shipped configuration.
Installed Processors for Typical or Single Configurationinstalled_processors_for_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of processors installed in the product's as-shipped configuration.
Installed Processors for Maximum Power Configurationinstalled_processors_for_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of processors installed in the product's as-shipped configuration.
Installed Processors for High-end Performance Configurationinstalled_processors_for_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of processors installed in the product's as-shipped configuration.
Cores Per Processor Low-end Performance Configurationcores_per_processor_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe central processing unit package may include one or more processor cores.
Cores Per Processor Minimum Power Configurationcores_per_processor_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe central processing unit package may include one or more processor cores.
Cores Per Processor Typical or Single Configurationcores_per_processor_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe central processing unit package may include one or more processor cores.
Cores Per Processor Maximum Power Configurationcores_per_processor_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe central processing unit package may include one or more processor cores.
Cores Per Processor High-end Performance Configurationcores_per_processor_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe central processing unit package may include one or more processor cores.
Number of Threads for Low-end Performance Configurationnumber_of_threads_for_low_end_performance_configurationnumberA thread is the smallest sequence of instructions managed by an operating system.
Number of Threads for Minimum Power Configurationnumber_of_threads_for_minimum_power_configurationnumberA thread is the smallest sequence of instructions managed by an operating system.
Number of Threads for Typical or Single Configurationnumber_of_threads_for_typical_or_single_configurationnumberA thread is the smallest sequence of instructions managed by an operating system.
Number of Threads for Maximum Power Configurationnumber_of_threads_for_maximum_power_configurationnumberA thread is the smallest sequence of instructions managed by an operating system.
Number of Threads for High-end Performance Configurationnumber_of_threads_for_high_end_performance_configurationnumberA thread is the smallest sequence of instructions managed by an operating system.
Processor Brand Low-end Performance Configurationprocessor_brand_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe brand of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Brand Minimum Power Configurationprocessor_brand_minimum_power_configurationtextThe brand of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Brand Typical or Single Configurationprocessor_brand_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe brand of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Brand Maximum Power Configurationprocessor_brand_maximum_power_configurationtextThe brand of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Brand High-end Performance Configurationprocessor_brand_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe brand of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Model Name Low-end Performance Configurationprocessor_model_name_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe model name of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Model Name Minimum Power Configurationprocessor_model_name_minimum_power_configurationtextThe model name of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Model Name Typical or Single Configurationprocessor_model_name_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe model name of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Model Name Maximum Power Configurationprocessor_model_name_maximum_power_configurationtextThe model name of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Model Name High-end Performance Configurationprocessor_model_name_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe model name of the processor(s) installed in the product.
Processor Speed for Low-end Performance Configuration (GHz)processor_speed_for_low_end_performance_configuration_ghznumberA measure of the rate at which the processor executes operations in GHz for the configuration.
Processor Speed for Minimum Power Configuration (GHz)processor_speed_for_minimum_power_configuration_ghznumberA measure of the rate at which the processor executes operations in GHz for the configuration.
Processor Speed for Typical or Single Configuration (GHz)processor_speed_for_typical_or_single_configuration_ghznumberA measure of the rate at which the processor executes operations in GHz for the configuration.
Processor Speed for Maximum Power Configuration (GHz)processor_speed_for_maximum_power_configuration_ghznumberA measure of the rate at which the processor executes operations in GHz for the configuration.
Processor Speed for High-end Performance Configuration (GHz)processor_speed_for_high_end_performance_configuration_ghznumberA measure of the rate at which the processor executes operations in GHz for the configuration.
Num. of DDR Channels for Low-end Performance Configurationnum_of_ddr_channels_for_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of buffered double data rate (DDR) channels per Server/Blade/Node available in the configuration. A buffered DDR channel is defined as a channel or Memory Port connecting a Memory Controller to a defined number of memory devices (e.g. DIMMs) in a computer server. A typical computer server may contain multiple Memory Controllers, which may in turn support one or more Buffered DDR Channels. As such, each Buffered DDR Channel serves only a fraction of the total addressable memory space in a computer server.
Num. of DDR Channels for Minimum Power Configurationnum_of_ddr_channels_for_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of buffered double data rate (DDR) channels per Server/Blade/Node available in the configuration. A buffered DDR channel is defined as a channel or Memory Port connecting a Memory Controller to a defined number of memory devices (e.g. DIMMs) in a computer server. A typical computer server may contain multiple Memory Controllers, which may in turn support one or more Buffered DDR Channels. As such, each Buffered DDR Channel serves only a fraction of the total addressable memory space in a computer server.
Num. of DDR Channels for Typical or Single Configurationnum_of_ddr_channels_for_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of buffered double data rate (DDR) channels per Server/Blade/Node available in the configuration. A buffered DDR channel is defined as a channel or Memory Port connecting a Memory Controller to a defined number of memory devices (e.g. DIMMs) in a computer server. A typical computer server may contain multiple Memory Controllers, which may in turn support one or more Buffered DDR Channels. As such, each Buffered DDR Channel serves only a fraction of the total addressable memory space in a computer server.
Num. of DDR Channels for Maximum Power Configurationnum_of_ddr_channels_for_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of buffered double data rate (DDR) channels per Server/Blade/Node available in the configuration. A buffered DDR channel is defined as a channel or Memory Port connecting a Memory Controller to a defined number of memory devices (e.g. DIMMs) in a computer server. A typical computer server may contain multiple Memory Controllers, which may in turn support one or more Buffered DDR Channels. As such, each Buffered DDR Channel serves only a fraction of the total addressable memory space in a computer server.
Num. of DDR Channels for High-end Performance Configurationnum_of_ddr_channels_for_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of buffered double data rate (DDR) channels per Server/Blade/Node available in the configuration. A buffered DDR channel is defined as a channel or Memory Port connecting a Memory Controller to a defined number of memory devices (e.g. DIMMs) in a computer server. A typical computer server may contain multiple Memory Controllers, which may in turn support one or more Buffered DDR Channels. As such, each Buffered DDR Channel serves only a fraction of the total addressable memory space in a computer server.
Memory Speed Low-end Performance Configuration (GHz)memory_speed_low_end_performance_configuration_ghznumberThe speed of the memory, measured in GHz, for this configuration.
Memory Speed Minimum Power Configuration (GHz)memory_speed_minimum_power_configuration_ghznumberThe speed of the memory, measured in GHz, for this configuration.
Memory Speed Typical or Single Configuration (GHz)memory_speed_typical_or_single_configuration_ghznumberThe speed of the memory, measured in GHz, for this configuration.
Memory Speed Maximum Power Configuration (GHz)memory_speed_maximum_power_configuration_ghznumberThe speed of the memory, measured in GHz, for this configuration.
Memory Speed High-end Performance Configuration (GHz)memory_speed_high_end_performance_configuration_ghznumberThe speed of the memory, measured in GHz, for this configuration.
Low-end Performance Configuration Size Per DIMM (GB)low_end_performance_configuration_size_per_dimm_gbnumberThe memory capacity per dual in-line memory module, measured in GB, for this configuration.
Minimum Power Configuration Size Per DIMM (GB)minimum_power_configuration_size_per_dimm_gbnumberThe memory capacity per dual in-line memory module, measured in GB, for this configuration.
Typical or Single Configuration Size Per DIMM (GB)typical_or_single_configuration_size_per_dimm_gbtextThe memory capacity per dual in-line memory module, measured in GB, for this configuration.
Maximum Power Configuration Size Per DIMM (GB)maximum_power_configuration_size_per_dimm_gbnumberThe memory capacity per dual in-line memory module, measured in GB, for this configuration.
Installed Num. DIMMs for Low-end Performance Configurationinstalled_num_dimms_for_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of dual in-line memory module installed in the product's configurations.
Installed Num. DIMMs for Minimum Power Configurationinstalled_num_dimms_for_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of dual in-line memory module installed in the product's configurations.
Installed Num. DIMMs for Typical or Single Configurationinstalled_num_dimms_for_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of dual in-line memory module installed in the product's configurations.
Installed Num. DIMMs for Maximum Power Configurationinstalled_num_dimms_for_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of dual in-line memory module installed in the product's configurations.
Installed Num. DIMMs for High-end Performance Configurationinstalled_num_dimms_for_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of dual in-line memory module installed in the product's configurations.
Installed Memory for Low-end Performance Configuration (GB)installed_memory_for_low_end_performance_configuration_gbnumberThe installed amount of dynamic random-access memory the system can support, measured in GB.
Installed Memory for Minimum Power Configuration (GB)installed_memory_for_minimum_power_configuration_gbnumberThe installed amount of dynamic random-access memory the system can support, measured in GB.
Installed Memory for Typical or Single Configuration (GB)installed_memory_for_typical_or_single_configuration_gbnumberThe installed amount of dynamic random-access memory the system can support, measured in GB.
Installed Memory for Maximum Power Configuration (GB)installed_memory_for_maximum_power_configuration_gbnumberThe installed amount of dynamic random-access memory the system can support, measured in GB.
Installed Memory for High-end Performance Configuration (GB)installed_memory_for_high_end_performance_configuration_gbnumberThe installed amount of dynamic random-access memory the system can support, measured in GB.
I/O Device 1 Type Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_1_type_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 1 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 1 Type Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_1_type_minimum_power_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 1 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 1 Type Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_1_type_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 1 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 1 Type Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_1_type_maximum_power_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 1 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 1 Type High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_1_type_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 1 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 1 Link Speed Low-end Performance Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_1_link_speed_low_end_performance_configuration_gbitnumberhe link speed of Device 1, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 1 Link Speed Minimum Power Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_1_link_speed_minimum_power_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 1, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 1 Link Speed Typical or Single Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_1_link_speed_typical_or_single_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 1, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 1 Link Speed Maximum Power Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_1_link_speed_maximum_power_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 1, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 1 Link Speed High-end Performance Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_1_link_speed_high_end_performance_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 1, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 1 Num. Active Ports Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_1_num_active_ports_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 1, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 1 Num. Active Ports Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_1_num_active_ports_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 1, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 1 Num. Active Ports Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_1_num_active_ports_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 1, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 1 Num. Active Ports Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_1_num_active_ports_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 1, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 1 Num. Active Ports High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_1_num_active_ports_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 1, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 1 Attachment for Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_1_attachment_for_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 1, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 1 Attachment for Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_1_attachment_for_minimum_power_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 1, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 1 Attachment for Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_1_attachment_for_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 1, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 1 Attachment for Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_1_attachment_for_maximum_power_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 1, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 1 Attachment for High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_1_attachment_for_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 1, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 2 Type Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_2_type_low_end_performance_configurationtext
I/O Device 2 Type Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_2_type_minimum_power_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 2 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 2 Type Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_2_type_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 2 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 2 Type Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_2_type_maximum_power_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 2 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 2 Type High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_2_type_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 2 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 2 Link Speed Low-end Performance Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_2_link_speed_low_end_performance_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 2, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 2 Link Speed Minimum Power Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_2_link_speed_minimum_power_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 2, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 2 Link Speed Typical or Single Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_2_link_speed_typical_or_single_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 2, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 2 Link Speed Maximum Power Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_2_link_speed_maximum_power_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 2, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 2 Link Speed High-end Performance Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_2_link_speed_high_end_performance_configuration_gbittextThe link speed of Device 2, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 2 Ports Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_2_ports_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 2, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 2 Ports Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_2_ports_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 2, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 2 Ports Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_2_ports_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 2, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 2 Ports Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_2_ports_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 2, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 2 Ports High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_2_ports_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe number of active ports in Device 2, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 2 Attachment for Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_2_attachment_for_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 2, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 2 Attachment for Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_2_attachment_for_minimum_power_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 2, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 2 Attachment for Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_2_attachment_for_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 2, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 2 Attachment for Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_2_attachment_for_maximum_power_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 2, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 2 Attachment for High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_2_attachment_for_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 2, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 3 Type Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_3_type_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 3 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 3 Type Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_3_type_minimum_power_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 3 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 3 Type Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_3_type_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 3 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 3 Type Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_3_type_maximum_power_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 3 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 3 Type High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_3_type_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of input/output (I/O) device in Device 3 in this configuration. An I/O device is defined as a device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.
I/O Device 3 Link Speed Low-end Performance Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_3_link_speed_low_end_performance_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 3, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 3 Link Speed Minimum Power Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_3_link_speed_minimum_power_configuration_gbittextThe link speed of Device 3, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 3 Link Speed Typical or Single Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_3_link_speed_typical_or_single_configuration_gbittextThe link speed of Device 3, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 3 Link Speed Maximum Power Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_3_link_speed_maximum_power_configuration_gbitnumberThe link speed of Device 3, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 3 Link Speed High-end Performance Configuration (Gbit)i_o_device_3_link_speed_high_end_performance_configuration_gbittextThe link speed of Device 3, in this configuration. The Additional I/O Device allowance shall be calculated based upon the rated link speed of a single connection, rounded to the nearest Gbit. I/O devices with less than 1 Gbit speed do not qualify for the Additional I/O Device allowance.
I/O Device 3 Ports Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_3_ports_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 3, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 3 Ports Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_3_ports_minimum_power_configurationtextThe number of active ports in Device 3, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 3 Ports Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_3_ports_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe number of active ports in Device 3, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 3 Ports Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_3_ports_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of active ports in Device 3, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 3 Ports High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_3_ports_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe number of active ports in Device 3, in this configuration. An I/O Port is defined as physical circuitry within an I/O device where an independent I/O session can be established. A port is not the same as a connector receptacle; it is possible that a single connector receptacle can service multiple ports of the same interface.
I/O Device 3 Attachment for Low-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_3_attachment_for_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 3, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 3 Attachment for Minimum Power Configurationi_o_device_3_attachment_for_minimum_power_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 3, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 3 Attachment for Typical or Single Configurationi_o_device_3_attachment_for_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 3, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 3 Attachment for Maximum Power Configurationi_o_device_3_attachment_for_maximum_power_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 3, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
I/O Device 3 Attachment for High-end Performance Configurationi_o_device_3_attachment_for_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe type of attachment of Device 3, in this configuration. The device can be attached Onboard, as an Add-in, or in another way.
Low-end Performance Configuration Redundant Power Supplylow_end_performance_configuration_redundant_power_supplytextA power supply unit (PSU) is a device that converts ac input power to one or more dc power outputs for the purpose of powering a computer server. A computer server PSU must be self-contained and physically separable from the motherboard and must connect to the system via a removable or hard-wired electrical connection. A power supply unit can be installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Minimum Power Configuration Redundant Power Supplyminimum_power_configuration_redundant_power_supplytextA power supply unit (PSU) is a device that converts ac input power to one or more dc power outputs for the purpose of powering a computer server. A computer server PSU must be self-contained and physically separable from the motherboard and must connect to the system via a removable or hard-wired electrical connection. A power supply unit can be installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Typical or Single Configuration Redundant Power Supplytypical_or_single_configuration_redundant_power_supplytextA power supply unit (PSU) is a device that converts ac input power to one or more dc power outputs for the purpose of powering a computer server. A computer server PSU must be self-contained and physically separable from the motherboard and must connect to the system via a removable or hard-wired electrical connection. A power supply unit can be installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Maximum Power Configuration Redundant Power Supplymaximum_power_configuration_redundant_power_supplytextA power supply unit (PSU) is a device that converts ac input power to one or more dc power outputs for the purpose of powering a computer server. A computer server PSU must be self-contained and physically separable from the motherboard and must connect to the system via a removable or hard-wired electrical connection. A power supply unit can be installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
High-end Performance Configuration Redundant Power Supplyhigh_end_performance_configuration_redundant_power_supplytextA power supply unit (PSU) is a device that converts ac input power to one or more dc power outputs for the purpose of powering a computer server. A computer server PSU must be self-contained and physically separable from the motherboard and must connect to the system via a removable or hard-wired electrical connection. A power supply unit can be installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Power Supply Type for Low-end Performance Configurationpower_supply_type_for_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe power supply type can be either Single-output or Multi-output. A single-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Single-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs shall be no greater than 20 watts. A multi-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to more than one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Multi-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs is greater than or equal to 20 watts
Power Supply Type for Minimum Power Configurationpower_supply_type_for_minimum_power_configurationtextThe power supply type can be either Single-output or Multi-output. A single-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Single-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs shall be no greater than 20 watts. A multi-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to more than one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Multi-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs is greater than or equal to 20 watts.
Power Supply Type for Typical or Single Configurationpower_supply_type_for_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe power supply type can be either Single-output or Multi-output. A single-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Single-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs shall be no greater than 20 watts. A multi-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to more than one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Multi-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs is greater than or equal to 20 watts.
Power Supply Type for Maximum Power Configurationpower_supply_type_for_maximum_power_configurationtextThe power supply type can be either Single-output or Multi-output. A single-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Single-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs shall be no greater than 20 watts. A multi-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to more than one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Multi-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs is greater than or equal to 20 watts.
Power Supply Type for High-end Performance Configurationpower_supply_type_for_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe power supply type can be either Single-output or Multi-output. A single-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Single-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs shall be no greater than 20 watts. A multi-output power supply is a PSU that is designed to deliver the majority of its rated output power to more than one primary dc output for the purpose of powering a computer server. Multi-output PSUs may offer one or more standby outputs that remain active whenever connected to an input power source. For purposes of this specification, the total rated power output from any additional PSU outputs that are not primary and standby outputs is greater than or equal to 20 watts.
Power Supply Rated Output Low-end Performance Configuration (W)power_supply_rated_output_low_end_performance_configuration_wnumberThe product of the current and voltage of the circuit at the maximum load the power supply is designed to support.
Power Supply Rated Output Minimum Power Configuration (W)power_supply_rated_output_minimum_power_configuration_wnumberThe product of the current and voltage of the circuit at the maximum load the power supply is designed to support.
Power Supply Rated Output Typical or Single Configuration (W)power_supply_rated_output_typical_or_single_configuration_wnumberThe product of the current and voltage of the circuit at the maximum load the power supply is designed to support.
Power Supply Rated Output Maximum Power Configuration (W)power_supply_rated_output_maximum_power_configuration_wnumberThe product of the current and voltage of the circuit at the maximum load the power supply is designed to support.
Power Supply Rated Output High-end Performance Configuration (W)power_supply_rated_output_high_end_performance_configuration_wnumberThe product of the current and voltage of the circuit at the maximum load the power supply is designed to support.
Num. Power Supplies for Low-end Performance Configurationnum_power_supplies_for_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of power supply units that are installed in this configuration.
Num. Power Supplies for Minimum Power Configurationnum_power_supplies_for_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of power supply units that are installed in this configuration.
Num. Power Supplies for Typical or Single Configurationnum_power_supplies_for_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of power supply units that are installed in this configuration.
Num. Power Supplies for Maximum Power Configurationnum_power_supplies_for_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of power supply units that are installed in this configuration.
Num. Power Supplies for High-end Performance Configurationnum_power_supplies_for_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of power supply units that are installed in this configuration.
Number of PSU for Redundancy Low-end Performance Configurationnumber_of_psu_for_redundancy_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of additional power supply units that are installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Number of PSU for Redundancy Minimum Power Configurationnumber_of_psu_for_redundancy_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of additional power supply units that are installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Number of PSU for Redundancy Typical or Single Configurationnumber_of_psu_for_redundancy_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of additional power supply units that are installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Number of PSU for Redundancy Maximum Power Configurationnumber_of_psu_for_redundancy_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of additional power supply units that are installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
Number of PSU for Redundancy High-end Performance Configurationnumber_of_psu_for_redundancy_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of additional power supply units that are installed explicitly for power redundancy in this configuration.
PSU 80Plus Platinum Certified Low-end Performance Configurationpsu_80plus_silver_certified_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe power supply certification meets the 80 PLUS Silver qualifications for this configuration. (http://www.plugloadsolutions.com/80pluspowersupplies.aspx#)
PSU 80Plus Silver Certified Minimum Power Configurationpsu_80plus_silver_certified_minimum_power_configurationtextThe power supply certification meets the 80 PLUS Silver qualifications for this configuration. (http://www.plugloadsolutions.com/80pluspowersupplies.aspx#)
PSU 80Plus Platinum Certified Typical or Single Configurationpsu_80plus_silver_certified_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe power supply certification meets the 80 PLUS Silver qualifications for this configuration. (http://www.plugloadsolutions.com/80pluspowersupplies.aspx#)
PSU 80Plus Silver Certified Maximum Power Configurationpsu_80plus_silver_certified_maximum_power_configurationtextThe power supply certification meets the 80 PLUS Silver qualifications for this configuration. (http://www.plugloadsolutions.com/80pluspowersupplies.aspx#)
PSU 80Plus Platinum Certified High-end Performance Configurationpsu_80plus_silver_certified_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe power supply certification meets the 80 PLUS Silver qualifications for this configuration. (http://www.plugloadsolutions.com/80pluspowersupplies.aspx#)
Voltage for Idle Test Low-end Performance Configurationvoltage_for_idle_test_low_end_performance_configurationtextThe voltage of the unit during the idle test, measured in volts, for this configuration. The voltage during idle test can be 115 V, 208 V, 230 V, or 400 V.
Voltage for Idle Test Minimum Power Configurationvoltage_for_idle_test_minimum_power_configurationtextThe voltage of the unit during the idle test, measured in volts, for this configuration. The voltage during idle test can be 115 V, 208 V, 230 V, or 400 V.
Voltage for Idle Test Typical or Single Configurationvoltage_for_idle_test_typical_or_single_configurationtextThe voltage of the unit during the idle test, measured in volts, for this configuration. The voltage during idle test can be 115 V, 208 V, 230 V, or 400 V.
Voltage for Idle Test Maximum Power Configurationvoltage_for_idle_test_maximum_power_configurationtextThe voltage of the unit during the idle test, measured in volts, for this configuration. The voltage during idle test can be 115 V, 208 V, 230 V, or 400 V.
Voltage for Idle Test High-end Performance Configurationvoltage_for_idle_test_high_end_performance_configurationtextThe voltage of the unit during the idle test, measured in volts, for this configuration. The voltage during idle test can be 115 V, 208 V, 230 V, or 400 V.
Max. Idle Power Allowance Low-end Performance Configurationmax_idle_power_allowance_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe maximum measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Max. Idle Power Allowance Minimum Power Configurationmax_idle_power_allowance_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe maximum measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Max. Idle Power Allowance Typical or Single Configurationmax_idle_power_allowance_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe maximum measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Max. Idle Power Allowance Maximum Power Configurationmax_idle_power_allowance_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe maximum measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Max. Idle Power Allowance High-end Performance Configurationmax_idle_power_allowance_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe maximum measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Idle Power Low-end Performance Configuration (W)idle_power_low_end_performance_configuration_wnumberThe measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Idle Power Minimum Power Configuration (W)idle_power_minimum_power_configuration_wnumberThe measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Idle Power Typical or Single Configuration (W)idle_power_typical_or_single_configuration_wnumberThe measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Idle Power Maximum Power Configuration (W)idle_power_maximum_power_configuration_wnumberThe measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Idle Power High-end Performance Configuration (W)idle_power_high_end_performance_configuration_wnumberThe measured power during the state when the product is operational, but not processing any useful workpower for this configuration.
Test Frequency for Idle Test Low-end Performance Configurationtest_frequency_for_idle_test_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe frequency of the unit under idle test in this configuration.
Test Frequency for Idle Test Minimum Power Configurationtest_frequency_for_idle_test_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe frequency of the unit under idle test in this configuration.
Test Frequency for Idle Test Typical or Single Configurationtest_frequency_for_idle_test_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe frequency of the unit under idle test in this configuration.
Test Frequency for Idle Test Maximum Power Configurationtest_frequency_for_idle_test_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe frequency of the unit under idle test in this configuration.
Test Frequency for Idle Test High-end Performance Configurationtest_frequency_for_idle_test_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe frequency of the unit under idle test in this configuration.
Total Power Dissipation Low-end Performance Configuration (W)total_power_dissipation_low_end_performance_configuration_wnumberThe total power dissipation, measured in watts, in this configuration.
Total Power Dissipation Minimum Power Configuration (W)total_power_dissipation_minimum_power_configuration_wnumberThe total power dissipation, measured in watts, in this configuration.
Total Power Dissipation Typical or Single Configuration (W)total_power_dissipation_typical_or_single_configuration_wnumberThe total power dissipation, measured in watts, in this configuration.
Total Power Dissipation Maximum Power Configuration (W)total_power_dissipation_maximum_power_configuration_wnumberThe total power dissipation, measured in watts, in this configuration.
Total Power Dissipation High-end Performance Configuration (W)total_power_dissipation_high_end_performance_configuration_wnumberThe total power dissipation, measured in watts, in this configuration.
Air Temp. at Start of Test Low-end Performance Configuration (C)air_temp_at_start_of_test_low_end_performance_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the beginning of testing, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. at Start of Test Minimum Power Configuration (C)air_temp_at_start_of_test_minimum_power_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the beginning of testing, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. at Start of Test Typical or Single Configuration (C)air_temp_at_start_of_test_typical_or_single_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the beginning of testing, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. at Start of Test Maximum Power Configuration (C)air_temp_at_start_of_test_maximum_power_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the beginning of testing, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. at Start of Test High-end Performance Configuration (C)air_temp_at_start_of_test_high_end_performance_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the beginning of testing, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Idle Test Low-end Performance Configuration (C)air_temp_end_idle_test_low_end_performance_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the idle test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Idle Test Minimum Power Configuration (C)air_temp_end_idle_test_minimum_power_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the idle test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Idle Test Typical or Single Configuration (C)air_temp_end_idle_test_typical_or_single_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the idle test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Idle Test Maximum Power Configuration (C)air_temp_end_idle_test_maximum_power_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the idle test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Idle Test High-end Performance Configuration (C)air_temp_end_idle_test_high_end_performance_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the idle test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Active Test Low-end Performance Configuration (C)air_temp_end_active_test_low_end_performance_configuration_cnumber
Air Temp. End Active Test Minimum Power Configuration (C)air_temp_end_active_test_minimum_power_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the active state test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration
Air Temp. End Active Test Typical or Single Configuration (C)air_temp_end_active_test_typical_or_single_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the active state test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Active Test Maximum Power Configuration (C)air_temp_end_active_test_maximum_power_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the active state test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Air Temp. End Active Test High-end Performance Configuration (C)air_temp_end_active_test_high_end_performance_configuration_cnumberThe air temperature at the end of the active state test, measured in degrees celsius, for this configuration.
Tested Num. Blade Slots Low-end Performance Configurationtested_num_blade_slots_low_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of blade slots populated on the chassis, for this configuration.
Tested Num. Blade Slots Minimum Power Configurationtested_num_blade_slots_minimum_power_configurationnumberThe number of blade slots populated on the chassis, for this configuration.
Tested Num. Blade Slots Typical or Single Configurationtested_num_blade_slots_typical_or_single_configurationnumberThe number of blade slots populated on the chassis, for this configuration.
Tested Num. Blade Slots Maximum Power Configurationtested_num_blade_slots_maximum_power_configurationnumberThe number of blade slots populated on the chassis, for this configuration.
Tested Num. Blade Slots High-end Performance Configurationtested_num_blade_slots_high_end_performance_configurationnumberThe number of blade slots populated on the chassis, for this configuration.
Date Available On Marketdate_available_on_marketcalendar_dateThe date that the model is available for purchase.
Date Qualifieddate_qualifiedcalendar_dateThe date on which the product was confirmed to meet the ENERGY STAR specification.
MarketsmarketstextIncludes products sold in the U.S. and/or Canada and other ENERGY STAR partner countries.
ENERGY STAR Model Identifierenergy_star_model_identifiertextA unique string of characters used to identify models with the same performance characteristics. This sequence is generated by certification bodies and is reported as a single row of data on the lists of certified products.