Experience the Storage Revolution

GIGABYTE is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, 20 of which were spent building servers, storage, and networking equipment for the world's biggest IT brands. With dedication for the entire server stack, we are now building on our technological know-how to provide storage devices made with the highest quality standards. GIGABYTE offers high-density, network-attached storage, and is always keen on meeting the customers' needs while keeping an eye on cost.

GIGABYTE's storage solutions address a wide variety of needs, from low-cost cold storage with thin provisioning to direct attached storage for high-volume video editing needs. Drive density and reliability are always our prime directives to enable TCO-suppressing solutions for data center and workstation needs.

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GIGABYTE D120-C20 cold storage server powered by the Intel® Xeon® D-1541

The cold storage server is designed to store data that will be rarely, if ever, accessed. This type of usage doesn't require much computing and networking power to process stored data, and therefore cold storage can be optimized for storage density, low cost, and durability. It is a perfect solution with an ideal TCO for applications such as image and video banks, data archiving, video surveillance, and broadcasting. Built by Intel Xeon D-1541, GIGABYTE D120-C20 is designed for high-density and scale-out server infrastructures and focuses on high power efficiency while maintaining data center–grade features, such as large storage and memory platforms. Through this density and computing power, D120-C20 can lower the TCO of enterprise and public clouds, storage, and network applications.

10 gigabit fiber connectivity

With two 10 GbE SFP+ fiber ports, two GbE ports, and a separate management traffic port, D120-C20 has a network platform designed to fit into a large range of possible network topologies.

DDR4 memory support

D120-C20 supports the DDR4 memory technology. Compared to DDR3, the new generation increases bandwidth performance by 50 percent, and lowers power consumption 35 percent at 2DPC or up to 50 percent at 3DPC.