CHENRBO CeBIT 2012
| Taipei, Taiwan—March 6, 2012—At CeBIT 2012 opening today, Chenbro showcased its new rackmount, tower server, and PC chassis this year, aiming to catch the opportunities of cloud computing and to fulfill the tastes in contemporary offices.
“We always keep a close eye on the latest technologies and work ahead,” said Maggi Chen, founder and CEO of Chenbro. There is no need for Chenbro’s clients to look around and search for cloud solution now, as they are already equipped with few of the best from Chenbro and waiting for the advanced generation to help themselves stand out in the competition. “Our industrial designers, on the other hand, strive to widely absorb the art essences so to come out and bring the best elements to our product design,” added Chen.
New Rackmount Chassis for the Cloud and Vertical Markets
The new rackmount chassis clearly demonstrated Chenbro’s readiness for the cloud challenges. RM23912 provides four nodes to deal with the high computing density server, while RM235, RM417, and RM418 are ideal for storage server in different applications. RM241 and RM242 are 2U, IPC chassis appealing to the surveillance market, and the custom solutions team helps Chenbro one step closer to listen to demands from the field of industries.
New Tower Server Chassis for Small-and-medium Business
To answer to a surge of small and team offices, SR30169 is a mini-iTX server chassis that features its mini-cube outlook and alliance with the main stream platform. It’s Intel® Sandy Bridge ready and a great match to go with Microsoft® Windows® Foundation OS.
New PC Chassis for a tool-free installation and maintenance experience
Chenbro has positioned its PC offerings as mid-range chassis in the commercial market, therefore a widely accepted, elegant appearance, along with an easy-to-install, easy-to- maintain mechanical design plays a crucial role in newly launched models. Based on such criteria, PC313, PC713, PC722, and PC783 are truly tool-less, and deserve the most anticipation for the commercial evaluation. Last, new PC stand accessories attract school teachers’ eyes by utilizing the existing computer monitors and realizing the concept of all-in-one PC in the computer rooms.