Voyageur provides rackmount servers for network servers and high-performance computing at an exceptional price. Voyageur's manufacturer, Nor-Tech, has earned a reputation in the HPC industry for extraordinary HPC clusters built on Voyageur's rackmount servers.
Get the speed, security, and stability your business needs with a Voyageur Rackmount server.
|Featured Rackmount Servers
| Voyageur SR1630BC 1U Rackmount Server
The high-performance, 1U rack-optimized system is designed to deliver cost effective solution with optimized business-class performance, world class quality, scalable management, and maximum expandability for small & medium business
Voyageur SR2600URLXNA 2U Rackmount Server
The high-performance, 2U rack-optimized system is ideal for enterprise data centers, with high-speed PCI Express 2.0 and multiple I/O expansion modules that enable a wide array of flexible capabilities
About Server Racks
A 19-inch rack is a standardized (EIA 310-D, IEC 60297 and DIN 41494 SC48D) frame or enclosure for mounting multiple electronic modules. Each module has a front panel that is 19 inches (480 mm) wide, including edges or ears that protrude on each side which allow the module to be fastened to the rack frame with screws.
Know your processors:
Intel® server processors deliver enhanced, energy-efficient performance for data-intensive business applications. Powering a range of multi-core 64-bit servers¹, Intel server processors enable you to optimize and scale computing environments to maximize server utilization to workload, while providing you with headroom for growth.
AMD Opteron™ Processor Family With innovative energy saving features, low power Quad-Core AMD Opteron HE processors enable greater density, providing excellent performance-per-watt efficiencies for power constrained IT environments. The Quad-Core AMD Opteron SE processors are AMD’s highest performing server and workstation processor for the most demanding applications. With AMD’s tested and proven Direct Connect Architecture, it delivers performance that balances memory management, I/O, and sheer throughput.