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HP ProLiant ML110 G5 server for £205 from Insight

The HP ProLiant ML110 G5 server provides all the necessary server features in an affordable, functional package.

The Intel processor provides the necessary computing power, while a mix of PCI and PCI-Express slots deliver the expandability for the future that small businesses require.

Also, the ML110 G5 can be upgraded with the cost-effective HP Lights-Out 100c Remote Management card for remote sites or second offices.

Like all ProLiant products, the ML110 G5 comes with proven ProLiant reliability, plus this one comes with an additional free GB of memory.

The ProLiant ML110 G5 is a value-packed server with appropriate technology suitable for small to medium businesses.

The ML110 is sold by Insight for £205 excluding delivery; the incentive program is offered by the manufacturer and not by Insight, and is therefore subject to the manufacturer's terms and conditions.

Features
Product Description HP ProLiant ML110 G5 - Dual-Core Xeon 3065 2.33 GHz
Form Factor Micro tower - 4U
Manufacturer Warranty 3 years warranty ( on-site )
Dimensions (WxDxH) 17.5 cm x 42.6 cm x 36.7 cm
Weight 10.8 kg
Processor 1 x Intel Dual-Core Xeon 3065 / 2.33 GHz ( Dual-Core )
Hard Drive 1 x 250 GB - standard - Serial ATA-150
Networking Network adapter - PCI Express - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
Power AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
RAM 1 GB (installed) / 8 GB (max) - DDR II SDRAM - ECC - 800 MHz - PC2-6400
Storage Controller Serial ATA
Graphics Controller - 8 MB
Type Server
Cache Memory 4 MB L2 Cache
Optical Storage DVD±RW (+R double layer)
Monitor None.
Cache Per Processor 4 MB
Server Scalability 1-way

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