Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) February 15, 2008
Leading custom system innovator Seneca Data is launching to resellers today, the first custom modular server built on Intel® Multi-Flex Technology. The Nexlink® StableFlex Modular Server enables thousands of Seneca Data resellers to offer small to medium businesses (SMB) a low-cost and flexible "business in a box" modular server that integrates dedicated storage capacity, compute modules, and networking into a simple solution.
Ideal for customers with networks of 10-100 employees, the Nexlink Modular Server expands revenue opportunities for resellers by enabling them to deliver the high-end storage and processing capabilities of blade servers to a wider range of users, while minimizing upfront customer investments.
A flexible and powerful solution for SMBs, as well as education and government organizations, the new Nexlink Modular Server features:
· Options for up to 6 server compute modules and up to 14 storage drives per chassis, enabling IT organizations to purchase what they need today, with expandability for the future
· A single integrated system with end-to-end management, permitting IT professionals to manage the entire system from a Web-based GUI interface
· Hot-swappable components
· Diskless server compute modules
· Shared storage and virtual drives, providing easy application and storage migration
According to Kevin P. Conley, CEO of Seneca Data, "The SMB server market is already growing at double digits and now, with the Nexlink StableFlex Modular Server, our resellers have a whole new set of revenue opportunities made possible by an ultra-scalable server with standardized components at a reduced cost."
Conley said that Nexlink, manufactured by Seneca Data, is the fastest growing custom computer brand in North America and is becoming the custom system of choice for SMBs nationwide. "With the Nexlink StableFlex Modular Server we're able to offer all of the high-end features of traditional blade servers and enterprise-class IT solutions, without additional cost requirements such as external storage that previously took high-end servers out of the price range of many SMB customers."
Class Labs on the Fly
Among Seneca Data's customers are more than a dozen of the nation's leading community colleges, which rely on Seneca Data and its partners' dedication to quality and customer service; and will benefit from the reliability and manageability people have come to expect from Intel computing platforms.
Onondaga Community College, of the State University of New York, plans to deploy the Modular Server to support its needs to dynamically create ad-hoc class labs. "The Modular Server is so intuitive and easy to configure, I didn't even have to open a single manual," said Keith Conger, Server Systems Administrator at Onondaga Community College. "Using the Modular Server from Seneca Data and virtualization software, we will be able to create labs on the fly to support classroom curriculum and student learning."
Contact Seneca Data at 800-227-3432 for pricing and availability. For more information visit http://www.senecadata.com.
About Seneca Data:
Founded in 1979, Seneca Data has grown into one of the premier value-added manufacturers of computer systems, servers, notebooks, peripherals, and network connectivity solutions. Seneca Data manufactures custom built, made-to-order computers under the brand name Nexlink® and offers them throughout the United States. Nexlink® systems utilize name-brand components and software from partner manufacturers such as AMD, Intel and Microsoft. Seneca Data was recently named the Top Overall System Builder in North America by the North American System Builders Association - The Association of Channel Resellers. For further information, please visit http://www.senecadata.com or http://www.nexlink.com.