Server components that are used by a server.
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|IO device||A device which provides data input and output capability between a computer server and other devices. An I/O device may be integral to the computer server motherboard or may be connected to the motherboard via expansion slots (e.g., PCI, PCIe). Examples of I/O devices include discrete Ethernet devices, InfiniBand devices, RAID/SAS controllers, and Fibre Channel devices.||None|
|Memory||For purposes of this specification, memory is a part of a server external to the processor in which information is stored for immediate use by the processor.||None|
|Hard drive||Hard Drive (HDD) is the primary computer storage device which reads and writes to one or more rotating magnetic disk platters.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Power supply unit||Power Supply Unit (PSU) is a device that converts ac or dc input power to one or more dc power outputs for the purpose of powering a computer server. A computer server PSU must be self-contained and physically separable from the motherboard and must connect to the system via a removable or hard-wired electrical connection.||None|
|Solid state drive||Solid State Drive (SSD) is a storage device that uses memory chips instead of rotating magnetic platters for data storage.||None|
|Processor||The logic circuitry that responds to and processes the basic instructions that drive a server. For purposes of this specification, the processor is the central processing unit (CPU) of the computer server. A typical CPU is a physical package to be installed on the server motherboard via a socket or direct solder attachment. The CPU package may include one or more processor cores.||None|
|Motherboard||The main circuit board of the server. For purposes of this specification, the motherboard includes connectors for attaching additional boards and typically includes the following components: processor, memory, BIOS, and expansion slots.||None|
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