|Form factor||Rack/12U, high-availability midplane|
|Blade bays||Up to twelve 2 socket, and up to six 4 socket|
|Standard media||Redundant (two) media tray modules standard, each with two external USB connections.|
|Switch modules||Up to four traditional, up to four high-speed and up to two bridge module bays shared with two traditional bays|
|Power supply module||4 hot-swap and redundant DC or AC with load-balancing and failover capabilities. Operating at -48 V to -60 V dc or 200 - 240 V ac|
|Cooling modules||4 hot-swap and redundant chassis fan modules standard, additional triple fan packs on each power module|
|Systems management hardware||Redundant (2) Advanced Management Modules standard|
|I/O ports||USB-based keyboard, mouse (KVM), Ethernet, DB15 Analog Video|
|Systems management software||Systems management and trial deployment tools|
|Predictive Failure Analysis||Hard disk drives, processors, fans, memory|
|Alarm Management||Blade server, processor, memory, power modules, fans, switch module, management module, hard disk drives and expansion card|
|Limited warranty||3-year customer replaceable unit and on-site limited warranty|
|External storage||Support for IBM System Storage? solutions (including DS and NAS family of products) and many widely adopted non-IBM storage offerings|
|System standards||Certified testing by UL of the BladeCenter HT chassis has been completed. The BladeCenter HT chassis is covered under a UL-certified NEBS Level 3/ETSI test report, which is available for review upon request.|
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