Let's start with the energy efficiency features of Fujitsu's new Primergy BX400, a blade enclosure system designed for the needs of midsize businesses that the company plans to ship in December.According to the spec sheets, the technology -- which can accommodate up to eight server or storage blades in the enclosure -- uses up to 30 percent less electricity than comparable infrastructure and it puts out less heat, which means that the electricity needed to cool it off is also reduced.
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The Primergy TX100 S1 is aimed at small businesses that have not yet upgraded from external hard drives to servers for their storage
Fujitsu Siemens’ Primergy TX120 offers full server functionality, while also meeting the needs of smaller businesses with its compact design, quiet operation and low power consumption.
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