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Tower ServersTower servers are the most basic, and often most recognizable, servers available. Theyhave been considered the workhorse of the IT industry for years. Tower servers arestand-alone units that have all of the traditional server components including hard disks,motherboards and CPU’s. Their size and cost is fairly comparable to a similar desktopPC. Towers are often the best choice for smaller businesses or other environments whereavailable space is less of a concern. They are often very powerful and often includeadditional bundled software programs. The reason that they are more powerful is becausethey can have more drives than the other options, additionally they are much easier tokeep cool.

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Bilgin M
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19 inch rack, blade servers, Tower Rack blade servers

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