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EnterpriseSeries HDS9624

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Mercury's EnterpriseSeries HDS9624 secure rack servers with BuiltSECURE technologies address the need for affordable servers with system security features that can be forward deployed or sold to allies under foreign military sales (FMS) or direct commercial sales (DCS) programs. Additional to these security features, Mercury's rack servers are ruggedized and supported by a fully trusted supply chain for both hardware and software. Mercury secure rack servers with their broad range of Intel processors are ideally suited to next-gen ground radar, large mission, advanced simulation, ground/naval/air command and control and battle management processing applications requiring system security.
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  • Built-in turnkey security with BuiltSECURE
  • Optional differentiated security customization
  • Dual Intel® Xeon®-E5 processors with 64/128GB DDR4
  • Ruggedized rack Extended ATX form-factor
  • Integrated system management
  • Managed supply chain for DMSMS mitigation
  • Designed, coded, manufactured, and tested in USA

Mercury's EnterpriseSeries secure rack servers are open system architecture (OSA) compliant and especially versatile for customizing - making them an extremely low-risk adoption proposition for new and current applications requiring system security. Our BuiltSECURE system security features prevent successful reverse engineering attempts and are offered as a turnkey solution or optionally as a customer-private, customizable portfolio of techniques.

 Mercury EnterpriseSeries rack servers may be seamlessly "dropped-in" to existing infrastructures as secure and trusted replacements with all the processing power of a commercial server. 

  • Built-in security:
    • Proven 4th generation built-in framework
    • Turnkey (default)/Private, differentiated and personalized
    • Optional secure hypervisor
    • Trusted supply chain – Made/supported in USA
  • Processors:
    • Base configuration utilizes dual Broadwell microarchitecture Intel E5-2618L v4
      • 10 cores per processor (total of 20 cores)
      • 2.20 GHz base frequency (non-Turbo mode)
      • 75W TDP per processor
    • Other processor configurations available to balance power/performance
      • Dual QPI interfaces between processors to produce a cache-coherent memory pool with a single SMP instance of Linux running across both processors
  • Software:
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux v7 (or later) running on the Intel processor complex
  • Local Baseboard Management:
    • Implemented via Microsemi Smart Fusion 2 FPGA
  • Memory:
    • 32GB of DDR4 memory per processor (64 GB total – expandable to 128GB)
  • Expansion:
    • Standard PCIe expansion card support
      • Two x16 slot, full length/height via riser
      • Two x8 slot, full length/height via riser
      • Support for x16 a double wide PCIe card (eliminates a x8 slot)
  • Storage:
    • Up to four 2.5” SSDs
  • Peripherals:
    • Rear I/O panel (standard configuration; front I/O option also available)
    • Built-in Ethernet, serial, USB and SATA interfaces (as required)
  • Power Supply:
    • Single 110/220VAC PSU
    • Optional additional redundant PSUs capable of failover
    • Other PSU input configurations available (DC, 400Hz AC)
  • BIOS:
    • Mercury coded, supported and owned
  • Mechanical:
    • Extended ATX form-factor motherboard
    • 19” rackmount (RETMA)
    • 2U height, 18” depth
    • Internal fans for cooling
  • Power:
    • Typical power consumption: 170W
    • Maximum typical power consumption: 200W