BCC Services offers a wide range of servers in its portfolio, all categories. Servers can be divided into tower, rack and blade servers.

Tower servers

Tower servers are designed for smaller companies with several employees , so they are characterized by low cost and simplicity.

Rack servers

Rack servers are designed for medium and larger companies where there is a need for multiple servers. With their design, they allow large numbers of servers to be placed in a small space, which is their primary advantage over tower servers.

Today’s rack servers are characterized by a large number of memory sites, disk sites as well as expansion slots. This increased their scalability as well as the simple possibility of extension, resulting in a cheap upgrade and longer life time for each server.

Blade servers

Blade servers are intended for large companies and companies that have the need for a large number of servers in a small space. The basic design of the blade server is different from the rack server because they have original shared resources such as power, cooling and network cards.

Precisely because of this design, blade servers have a higher density, thus a large number of these servers fit into a small space. This also achieves significant savings in the field of electricity, cooling and space itself.

New generations of servers respond greatly to virtualization needs. The needs of large numbers of memory, stronger processors, and a large number of network ports affect the design of new server generations.

Due to the requirements for maximum savings and as much usability as possible, the servers are characterized by low electricity consumption, scalability and flexibility, easy upgrade and long service life.

BCC Services offers >>Fujitsu<< and >>Lenovo<< servers.