Hewlett Packard Enterprise Proliant Microserver Gen10 Server 2.1 Ghz Amd Opteron For Sale

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Proliant Microserver Gen10 Server 2.1 Ghz Amd Opteron


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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Proliant Microserver Gen10 Server 2.1 Ghz Amd Opteron:
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HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 is a compact and uniquely designed server that is ideal for small and home offices looking to build their first IT server environment with a form factor that is easy to use. HPE MicroServer Gen10 helps businesses to provide better and easy access to data, more efficiency in operations, while driving down their operating expenses. Photos are for illustration only, it may differ from the actual item.

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