Dual CPU Server, Dual(2x) Intel Xeon Processor Server

At the core of a Dual CPU Server are two high-performance processors, each equipped with multiple cores and threads to execute tasks simultaneously. This parallel processing capability enables the server to efficiently handle complex computations, multitasking, and concurrent workloads with ease. Whether it's running virtualized environments, hosting databases, or performing scientific simulations, the Dual CPU Server excels in delivering fast and responsive performance to meet the demands of modern computing environments.

Dual(2x) Intel Xeon E Series Processor Server Pricing

All models listed below are equipped with Intel Xeon E series CPU processors, including dual-core or single-core CPUs.
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Express Dedicated Server - SATA

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  • 16GB RAM
  • 4-Core E3-1230 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 240GB SSD + 5TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • OS : Windows / Linux
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Basic Dedicated Server - SATA

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  • 32GB RAM
  • 8-Core E5-2670 @2.60 GHzreport
  • 4x3TB SATA RAID 10
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Advanced Dedicated Server - SATA

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  • 128GB RAM
  • 16-Core Dual E5-2667v3 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 120GB SSD + 12 x 8TB SATA
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  • OS : Windows / Linux
  • 1 Primary IP

Professional Dedicated Server - SATA

105.00/m
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  • 64GB RAM
  • 8-Core E5-2667v4 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 120GB SSD + 4 x 8TB SATA
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  • OS : Windows / Linux
  • 1 Primary IP
CPU Processor + GPU Server

CPU Processor + GPU Server

A CPU processor + GPU server represents a cutting-edge computing solution that leverages the combined power of central processing units (CPUs) and graphics processing units (GPUs) to deliver exceptional performance, scalability, and versatility. This server architecture integrates the strengths of both CPU and GPU technologies, offering a comprehensive solution for handling diverse computing workloads and accelerating a wide range of applications.

Features of Dual CPU Processor Server

Enhanced Performance

Enhanced Performance

Dual CPU servers offer significantly higher processing power compared to single-CPU servers, enabling them to handle demanding workloads and applications with ease.
Parallel Processing

Parallel Processing

With two CPUs working simultaneously, these servers can execute multiple tasks in parallel, improving overall system performance and responsiveness.
Increased Multithreading

Increased Multithreading

Dual CPU servers often support a higher number of threads, allowing for efficient multitasking and concurrent processing of multiple tasks.
Large Memory Capacity

Large Memory Capacity

To complement their high-performance processing capabilities, dual CPU servers usually come with a large memory capacity to accommodate data-intensive operations and applications.
Scalability

Scalability

Dual CPU servers are designed with scalability in mind, allowing businesses to expand their computing power and memory capacity as their needs grow over time.
Reliability and Redundancy

Reliability and Redundancy

Dual CPU servers feature redundant components and built-in fault tolerance mechanisms to ensure high reliability and minimize downtime in mission-critical environments.
Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

Despite their powerful performance, dual CPU servers are engineered for energy efficiency, incorporating power-saving features and technologies to reduce operational costs and environmental impact.
Remote Management Capabilities

Remote Management Capabilities

Dual CPU servers come equipped with remote management features, allowing administrators to monitor and manage server resources remotely, thereby enhancing efficiency and convenience.
Comprehensive Support

Comprehensive Support

Manufacturers provide comprehensive technical support and warranty coverage for dual CPU servers, ensuring customers receive prompt assistance and maintenance services when needed.

How to Start a Dual CPU Processor Server

You can always get help and support from our technical support team for any issues related to server setup, configuration or management.
Select Server Configuration

Select Server Configuration

Choose a server configuration that meets your requirements in terms of CPU performance, memory, storage, and network bandwidth. Consider factors such as the types of workloads you'll be running, expected traffic levels, and scalability needs before placing your order.
Access Credentials

Access Credentials

Once the server is set up, we will provide you with access credentials, such as a username and password or an SSH key, to log into the server remotely. Connect to your dual CPU processor server using a remote access protocol such as SSH or Remote Desktop Protocol RDP.
Configure Server Settings

Configure Server Settings

Once connected to a server, you can configure various server settings, install additional software packages, set up security measures, and customize the server environment to meet your specific needs.
Deploy Workload

Deploy Workload

Deploy workloads and applications onto dual CPU processor server. This may involve transferring files, configuring a web server or database, setting up virtual machines or containers, and testing application performance and functionality.

Dual Processor Server Hosting Usage Scenarios

Dual processor server hosting offers a range of usage scenarios tailored to meet the diverse needs of businesses and organizations.
High-Traffic Websites and E-commerce Platforms

High-Traffic Websites and E-commerce Platforms

Websites and e-commerce platforms experiencing high volumes of traffic require robust server resources to ensure optimal performance and responsiveness. Dual processor servers can efficiently handle the demands of processing numerous user requests simultaneously, ensuring smooth and uninterrupted access to the website or online store.
Database Servers

Database Servers

Database management systems (DBMS) often require substantial computing power to handle complex queries, data processing, and transactional operations. Dual processor servers are well-suited for hosting database servers, providing the necessary processing capacity to support fast data retrieval, analysis, and storage.
Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Virtualized environments and cloud computing platforms rely on powerful server hardware to create and manage multiple virtual machines (VMs) or containers. Dual processor servers can effectively host virtualized workloads, enabling businesses to consolidate resources, improve resource utilization, and enhance scalability in their virtualized infrastructure.
Enterprise Applications and Software Development

Enterprise Applications and Software Development

Enterprises running resource-intensive applications, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, customer relationship management (CRM) software, and business intelligence (BI) solutions, can benefit from dual processor server hosting. These servers offer the performance and reliability needed to support critical business applications and software development environments.
Big Data Analytics and Scientific Computing

Big Data Analytics and Scientific Computing

Organizations engaged in big data analytics, scientific research, and computational modeling require powerful computing resources to process and analyze vast datasets. Dual processor servers provide the computational horsepower needed to perform complex calculations, simulations, and data processing tasks efficiently.
Media Streaming and Content Delivery

Media Streaming

Media streaming services, and online gaming platforms rely on robust server infrastructure to deliver high-quality multimedia content and low-latency gaming experiences to users worldwide. Dual processor servers can handle the demands of streaming media, content caching, and real-time content delivery, ensuring seamless and uninterrupted user experiences.

FAQs of Dual Processor Server

What is a Dual CPU Server?

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A Dual CPU Server is a type of server that contains two central processing units (CPUs) on a single motherboard, providing increased processing power and performance compared to servers with a single CPU.

What are the advantages of using a Dual CPU Server?

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Dual CPU Servers offer enhanced processing power, improved multitasking capabilities, scalability for handling high workloads, and redundancy for increased reliability.

In what scenarios are Dual Processor Servers beneficial?

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Dual CPU Servers are beneficial in scenarios requiring high-performance computing, such as database management, virtualization, scientific computing, big data analytics, and hosting high-traffic websites or applications.

How do Dual CPU Servers compare to single CPU Processor servers?

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Dual CPU Servers typically offer higher processing power, allowing them to handle more demanding workloads and applications compared to single CPU servers. They also provide redundancy and scalability benefits that single CPU servers may lack.

What factors should be considered when choosing a Dual CPU Server?

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Factors to consider include the specific workload requirements, scalability needs, budget constraints, compatibility with existing infrastructure, power and cooling requirements, and support and maintenance options.

Can I upgrade a Dual Processor Server in the future?

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Yes, Dual CPU Servers are designed to be easily upgradable, allowing you to add additional CPUs, memory modules, storage devices, and other components as needed to meet evolving business demands.

What operating systems are compatible with Dual Processor Servers?

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Dual CPU Servers are compatible with a wide range of operating systems, including Windows Server, Linux distributions, VMware ESXi, and others. Compatibility may vary depending on the specific hardware configuration and software requirements.

Are Dual CPU Servers more energy-efficient than single CPU servers?

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While Dual CPU Servers consume more power than single CPU servers due to their additional processing units, they often offer better energy efficiency per compute task, resulting in lower energy costs overall, especially in data center environments.

What kind of support and maintenance options are available for Dual Processor Servers?

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Most vendors offer comprehensive support and maintenance options for Dual CPU Servers, including warranties, technical support, firmware updates, and onsite service agreements to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

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