CCSI Short Depth Servers, sometimes called shallow depth servers, are twenty inches deep or less, and are popular for airborne and other mobile applications and especially for AV applications, where space constraints do not allow use of twenty four or more inches deep standard chassis. Building Short Depth servers increase the challenge of adequate system cooling because there is less space available for fans or blowers, but CCSI has a long history of innovative cooling solutions for small sized servers. For example, CCSI designed and built the first 1U dual Pentium 3 slot 1 server, the first 1U dual AMD Athlon™ server and the innovative dual processor Clusteron™ 18”x18”x 1U servers. Noise level is another issue with Short Depth Severs which is of particular concern for the AV market and is also related to system cooling. CCSI addresses this challenge by utilization of high efficiency power supplies, low wattage CPUs, and 2.5” hard drives to minimize the heat dissipation of the entire server thus reducing the amount of airflow required and consequently the noise level of our Short Depth Servers. CCSI has a number of quiet running short depth servers. One example, our Mini ITX nVIDIA ION™ based systems running dual core Intel Atom™ N330 processors makes an excellent 1080P high definition play back platform with total dissipated power consumption of around 40 watts; so low these servers run almost silently. From single core uniprocessor 1U appliance type servers through dual core and quad core and even six-core AMD Opteron™ or dual Intel Xeon™ 4U storage servers, CCSI has a short depth server that is right for your application.
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