FtServer Systems

Uptime Assurance for Mission-Critical Applications

Stratus ftServer® systems are for organizations with mission-critical applications that must always be protected against downtime and data loss. By integrating around-the-clock monitoring services with resilient, purpose-built technologies, Stratus delivers "uptime assurance."

ftServer 2600 Systems

Economical Uptime Solution for Remote Locations and Branch Offices

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Key Features:

  • Powered by a 2 GHz Intel Quad-Core Xeon E5504 processor with the Intel QuickPath Architecture
  • No failover scripting, repeated test procedures, or extra effort to make your applications cluster-aware
  • Integrated virtual technician service management controller provides enhanced remote problem diagnosis, troubleshooting and resolution capabilities
  • Available in a 4U high rack ready model
  • Provides an economical alternative to a single-point-of-failure virtualization management console
  • Entry-level systems enable affordable rollouts at locations with limited IT support: remote distribution hubs, branch banks, retail stores, and other sites requiring rapid, effortless deployment and near-zero downtime
  • Like other members of the ftServer family, comes complete with Continuous Processing features that eliminate operational complexity and high costs inherent in high availability approaches such as clusters or standby systems

ftServer 4500 Systems

Optimized for Flexibility and Agility
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Key Features:

  • Powered by one or two 2GHz E5504 Intel Quad-Core Xeon processors to achieve high-performance processing power
  • Features the Intel QuickPath Architecture that provides point-to-point high-speed connections between microprocessors and external memory, and between microprocessors and the I/O hub that improves scaleability and eliminates contention between processors for bus bandwidth
  • New highly modular chassis design that supports industry-standard components provides an essential enterprise building block for mission-critical application solutions
  • Integrated virtual technician service management controller provides enhanced remote problem diagnosis, troubleshooting and resolution capabilities
  • Available in a 4U high rack ready model with hot-plugable internal disk drives and hot-swapable CPU-I/O enclosures provide for easy component replacement
  • No failover scripting, repeated test procedures, or extra effort to make your applications cluster-aware
  • Like other members of the ftServer family, comes complete with Continuous Processing features that eliminate operational complexity and high costs inherent in high availability approaches such as clusters

 

ftServer 6300/6310 Systems

The No Compromise Transaction Processing Solution

Key Features:

  • Powered by two 2.93 GHz X5670 Intel Hex-Core Xeon processors to achieve the no-compromise high-performance processing power that is required by the most demanding mission-critical transaction processing applications

    Includes advanced Intel Hyper-threading technology

  • Features the Intel QuickPath Architecture that provides point-to-point high-speed connections between microprocessors and external memory, and between microprocessors and the I/O hub that improves scaleability and eliminates contention between processors for bus bandwidth

  • New highly modular chassis design that supports industry-standard components provides an essential enterprise building block for mission-critical application solutions

  • Integrated virtual technician service management controller provides enhanced remote problem diagnosis, troubleshooting and resolution capabilities

  • Available in a 4U-high rack-ready model with hot-plugable internal disk drives and hot-swapable CPU-I/O enclosures provide for easy component replacement

  • No failover scripting, repeated test procedures, or extra effort to make your applications cluster-aware

  • Like other members of the ftServer family, comes complete with Continuous Processing features that eliminate operational complexity and high costs inherent in high availability approaches such as clusters