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In today's world, technology is intertwined with nearly every aspect of our lives, from the smartphones in our pockets to the complex networks that power our cities. Hardware and software serve as the building blocks of modern society. We understand the challenges of continuously evolving technology and are dedicated to offering the best server solutions that seamlessly integrate with your business needs, enabling your business to accelerate and enabling it to thrive in the digital age.

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For over 30 years, ServerDirect has been a trusted leader in server solutions. Experience our commitment to excellence and reliability today.

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Below provides an overview of Solutions in complex technical situations:

  • AI & Deep Learning

  • Data Management

  • Edge Computing

  • Networking

  • Video Surveillance

  • Virtualization

  • High Performance Computing (HPC)

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H200 GPU Super Clusters

H200 Servers Are Here!

Supermicro & NVIDIA are advancing AI infrastructure development to new heights. The latest large language models (LLMs) are revolutionizing our lives, and the infrastructure supporting accelerated computing is evolving at an unprecedented pace. This new chapter is marked by the introduction of a flexible, robust, and massively scalable infrastructure equipped with the cutting-edge NVIDIA H200 GPUs. The impact of this development is set to be significant and far-reaching.

Fourth generation of NVLink and NVLink Network
NVIDIA ConnectX®-7 and BlueField®-3 cards
Extreme increase in training performance
Supermicro SuperClusters
Custom Configuration Available

Dell PowerEdge T360 Tower Server

Processing performance, GPU support

The 4.5U, single-socket PowerEdge T360 is a specially designed form factor for customers desiring versatility, affordability, and processing power.

The PowerEdge T360 is an impressive upgrade from the prior-generation, especially considering the performance gains with the latest Intel Xeon E-series CPUs and added GPU support. These highly cost-effective servers empower businesses to accelerate their traditional use cases while exploring the realm of emerging AI workloads.

1x Intel Xeon E-2400 Processor, up to 8 cores
4x UDDR5, up to 4400 MT/s DIMM speed
1 x NVIDIA A2 entry GPU
Dell T360 Tower Server





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ServerDirect Services: Empowering your business with a suite of specialized services including versatile leasing options, convenient equipment rental, and exclusive opportunities to test drive cutting-edge technology solutions.

Financial Lease

Optimize your budget with our Financial Lease options, offering long-term financing for acquiring the latest technology without the upfront costs.

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Gain short-term access to cutting-edge equipment through our Rent services, perfect for temporary needs or project-based requirements.

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Operational Lease

Experience flexible technology management with our Operational Lease services, allowing for regular upgrades and lower monthly payments.

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'Test Drive' Our Solutions

Explore our state-of-the-art solutions risk-free with our 'Test Drive' program, designed to let you experience the benefits before making a commitment.

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What Do Our Partners Say

At ServerDirect, our partnerships are a testament to the commitment and quality we bring to the table. We value the trust and collaboration we've built over the years. Here's what some of our esteemed partners have to say about working with us.

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For complex inquiries we suggest contacting our technical sales team.

After registering once, you can log in to our website. Once you're logged in, you can easily and quickly place all your orders online. Of course, it's also possible to place your orders via email or phone. We have many servers and accessories in stock in Gouda. This often allows us to ship orders that come in before 4:00 PM on the same business day. International shipments are also possible, we ship abroad all the time.

All new customers place their orders with advance payment. After we receive your order, we will send you an email confirmation with payment instructions. Upon receipt of payment, and if in stock, we will immediately ship your order. Payments to our ING account are often visible to us immediately. Contact us an email if the order is urgent. Regular customers can place orders on account after approval from our credit insurer.

The ServerDirect team processes all quote requests and orders received before 4:00 PM on the same business day. This ensures you get fast service. Do you have server-related questions? Our technical sales team is available daily from Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM. You will always receive a completely non-binding answer from us on the same working day. Also, try our live chat for easy and quick questions to our technical sales team.

Servers are assembled by qualified and experienced technicians. Our assembly staff do their work with great love and passion for the profession. We only work with experienced and motivated technicians in our assembly department. Even after your server is delivered, our technical team is available to answer all server-related questions without any obligation. We see every question as a challenge to which we respond quickly and adequately.

If you want your server delivered quickly to a data center, we can arrange it efficiently for you. We collaborate with dozens of data centers in Amsterdam, Schiphol-Rijk, and the rest of the Netherlands. Order your server now and let us deliver and install it in a data center of your choice in the Netherlands.

We sell only to businesses and therefore do not supply to private individuals. We refer private individuals to one of our partners.

We also purchase old server and network equipment from our customers to offer them a significant discount when buying new hardware. Are you looking to buy a new server and want to know what your old server is worth? Please get in touch with our technical sales team.

RAID can be implemented solely with software, where the control of the drives is managed by the computer's operating system. Software-based RAID is possible under Linux, and even simpler RAID configurations are already available with desktop versions of Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Mac OS X. The server versions of these can also handle the more complex variants. However, this solution does consume a relatively large amount of CPU time for the computation-intensive RAID versions. A more efficient solution is hardware-assisted software RAID, where a special processor takes care of the parity calculations (see below at RAID-5), but the execution of RAID itself is still done by software. There are also intelligent RAID controllers that handle all functions with their built-in processor, sparing the system's CPU from any additional work. A drawback of a hardware-based RAID controller is that if the controller fails, all drives become inaccessible. Depending on the controller used and/or the RAID level, it can become difficult to access the data on the drives if no replacement controller of the same type is available. Various RAID levels exist, each with its application area.

RAID is an abbreviation for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, also known as Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (or Drives). It refers to a set of methods for physical data storage on hard drives, where the data is distributed across multiple disks, stored on more than one disk, or both, for the purposes of increased speed and/or protection against data loss. For gamers, RAID-0 is typically used due to the speed boost it provides. Servers use RAID1 or RAID5 for reliability. RAID originated in an era when cheap hard drives were very unreliable. One had to dig deeper into their pockets to afford drives that were deemed reliable enough. Computer scientists from the University of California at Berkeley, therefore, came up with the idea of combining these cheap drives into a redundant array so that even inexpensive disks could form a reliable storage medium. Today, consumer-market drives have become much more reliable, and the demand for greater reliability and speed is not limited to this market. On the contrary, the most expensive drives with SCSI or SAS interfaces are typically used in a RAID array. For this reason, the original meaning of the 'I' in the RAID acronym has been changed from "inexpensive" (cheap) to "independent."

JBOD (from "Just a Bunch Of Disks") is simply the concatenation of several disks, where the total size is the sum of the space on all the disks. In itself, this is not RAID, but it is supported by many RAID controllers. These are two or more disk drives that together form a disk volume (the operating system sees it as one disk drive). However, JBOD is not the same as RAID. A JBOD is usually constructed from the remnants of a RAID configuration that are not used for the raid. Strictly technically speaking, JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Disks) is not a RAID mode. With JBOD, all volumes are simply placed consecutively, and data is stored chronologically on the disks. Logically, only one volume remains (or more, depending on your choice), while you physically have multiple volumes. Sometimes this technique is also called disk spanning, for example, in Microsoft Windows. Many think that Spanning is also part of RAID, but the opposite is true. Spanning is roughly the opposite of multiple partitions on one hard drive: one partition consisting of multiple hard drives. The way data is read and written remains unchanged; so there is no mirroring, striping, or parity check. When the first hard drive is full, writing simply begins on the next hard drive and so on. Spanning is sometimes also called JBOD: Just a Bunch Of Disks.

Many RAID controllers, when equipped with a specially installed "hot-spare" disk, can immediately start reconstructing data as soon as a disk fails. This minimizes the period during which the system is vulnerable to the failure of a second disk.

A Storage Area Network, or SAN, is a storage medium for a computer that is externally connected to a computer via a network. A SAN operates at the block level, meaning the computer itself manages the layout of the disks offered via the SAN. This contrasts with Network Attached Storage (NAS), where the external system already offers a complete file structure. Because storage is provided at the block level, it's possible to edit only a portion of a file without having to send the entire file over the network. This makes it feasible to host complex database systems on a SAN, something often not possible with NAS. A SAN system can be connected via either Fibre Channel or iSCSI in combination with Ethernet. A SAN is often used as a back-end network for the transfer of storage information, while the front-end network is typically associated with the TCP/IP network. A SAN consists of a communication infrastructure (a connection of server systems and storage elements) that provides both the physical connection and the management layer, allowing rapid and secure data transfer between these server systems and storage elements or between storage elements themselves. A SAN uses channel connections as a network. The most well-known channel technologies in use today are ESCON for certain mainframes and SCSI for open systems. Both technologies are essentially cable connections that link servers to storage equipment (disks). The Fibre Channel technology is now rapidly emerging. This technology offers higher speeds, spans longer distances, and is more flexible than SCSI since multiple servers and storage systems can share a single channel. In a Fibre Channel environment, many devices can be connected, allowing for larger storage networks to be built. A SAN has changed the way storage equipment was connected to servers. The benefits are immediately clear: better performance, greater data transfer, and increased reliability and manageability.