TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

HYPERSeries 2000 – Primary production unit

HS-2100

Model
Compute options Single Intel Xeon – Broadwell CPU:
1. E5-2620V4 [8 cores @ 2.1 GHz]
Workload1 1. E5-2620V4:
4 large or 7 medium or 15 small VMs
Capacity options Hybrid
8 or 16TB effective2
Memory3 48GB (usable by VMs)
DRAM data cache4 12GB (high speed data read)
Read cache Not available (dedicated SSD read cache is only available on HYPER 3000)
Write acceleration 2 x 20GB SSD (write-intensive)
Capacity expansion Not available (expansion options are only available on HYPER 3000)
Chassis 1U rack-mountable, 4 bays + 2 OS disks (hot-swap)
Network connectivity 4 x 1GbE and 1 x 1GbE RJ45 (IPMI)
Add-on: Dual-Port 10 GbE, SFP+ or BASE-T (RJ45)
Power 2 x 400 W Redundant
Size and weight Height: 43 mm (1.7 inch)
Width: 437 mm (17.2 inch)
Depth: 503 mm (19.8 inch)
Weight: 15.2 kg (33.5 lbs)
AC input 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 3 Amp
Cooling 1500 BTU/hour – Maximum
Temperature 5°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Humidity 8% to 90% (non-condensing)
Datasheet HS-2100 datasheet

1,2,3,4, Scroll down to the “Definitions” section for further information and explanations

HYPERSeries 2000 – Secondary DR unit

DR unit – Play

Model
Compute options Single Intel Xeon – Broadwell CPU:
1. E5-2620V4 [8 cores @ 2.1 GHz]
Workload1 1. E5-2620V4:
4 large or 7 medium or 15 small VMs
Capacity options Hybrid
8 or 16TB effective2
Memory3 48GB (usable by VMs)
DRAM data cache4 12GB (high speed data read)
Read cache Not available (dedicated SSD read cache is only available on HYPER 3000)
Write acceleration 2 x 20GB SSD (write-intensive)
Capacity expansion Not available (expansion options are only available on HYPER 3000)
Chassis 1U rack-mountable, 4 bays + 2 OS disks (hot-swap)
Network connectivity 4 x 1GbE and 1 x 1GbE RJ45 (IPMI)
Add-on: Dual-Port 10 GbE, SFP+ or BASE-T (RJ45)
Power 2 x 400 W Redundant
Size and weight Height: 43 mm (1.7 inch)
Width: 437 mm (17.2 inch)
Depth: 503 mm (19.8 inch)
Weight: 15.2 kg (33.5 lbs)
AC input 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 3 Amp
Cooling 1500 BTU/hour – Maximum
Temperature 5°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Humidity 8% to 90% (non-condensing)

Definitions

1 Workload calculations

The workload calculations in the table above are created according to the industry standard (e.g VMware, Openstack) virtual machine sizing options and best practices. They reflect a global average utilisation for VM compute, storage and memory.

Small Virtual Machines

  • CPU: 466 MHz
  • No. of vCPUs: 1
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Capacity: 50GB

Medium Virtual Machines

  • CPU: 933 MHz
  • No. of vCPUs: 2
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Capacity: 105GB

Large Virtual Machines

  • CPU: 1866 MHz
  • No. of vCPUs: 4
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Capacity: 150GB

* The numbers compiled above represent a best-effort at estimating virtual machine average workloads according to established industry practices. Some VMs may require more or less resources to deliver adequate performance.


2 Effective capacity

Effective capacity across both primary and DR units is calculated by including space saving mechanisms like compression and incremental snapshots. The effective capacity is calculated using an efficiency rate of 2x (average for 95% of deployments).

The effective capacity may vary according to the type of data/workload, from low space savings on incompressible workloads/data (e.g: images, videos) to very high savings on highly compressible workloads (e.g: text files, VDI, databases).


3 Memory usable

Memory usable represents the estimated RAM available to virtual applications.


4 DRAM data cache

DRAM data cache represents the overall DRAM memory available to cache frequently and most recently used data to provide fast access. This can be compared the traditional the 4/8GB cache.

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