Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors are setting a new benchmark in platform convergence and capabilities across compute, storage, memory, network, and security. The latest Intel® Server Boards and Systems have been specifically designed to enable you to take advantage of these enhancements. This document provides some of the most compelling reasons to make an evolutionary leap forward in agility and scalability with the latest Intel® Server Products.
Powerful compute, flexible I/O, storage and networking capacity.
Flexible, general purpose server board in a standard form factor.
The Intel® Server Board S2600ST product family delivers robust features and powerful performance in a standard 12” x 13” EEB form factor for flexibility and ease of adoption. Featuring the Intel® Xeon® processor Scalable family, high PCIe* lane availability and SAS/SATA/NVMe* flexibility, it provides a cost-effective option for pedestal, rack mount or custom systems. The S2600ST is ideal for use in small and medium business, storage, networking, web hosting, and security appliances where feature capacity and price-performance balance is key.
Full-Featured with Maximum Flexibility for Expansion
Intel® Server Board S2600WF product family delivers power and performance at peak efficiency in 1U and 2U rack mount server form factors that feature energy-efficient dual Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. High memory capacity, networking, storage, and I/O flexibility combine with innovative design to provide an exceptional and reliable server for business IT, appliance, data center, cloud, and high performance computing applications.
Density-optimized, system-enabling, next-generation performance
The Intel® Server Board S2600BP product family is a purpose built, rack-optimized server board ideal for use in hyper-converged, data analytics, storage, cloud, and high performance computing applications. Designed to support Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and up to 16 DDR4 DIMM slots per server board (8 DIMMs per processor), the S2600BP family maximizes memory and processor bandwidth to meet demanding compute use requirements.