With only a single CPU, these servers are not suitable for very compute-intensive applications, but servers such as the Primergy RX1330 M3 have their right to exist. They are suitable for smaller companies that still have a server rack. In addition, servers like these are also interesting for larger companies, where they can take over tasks that do not require a lot of computing power, but still cannot be virtualized well.
Systems like the Fujitsu Primergy RX2540 M4 are the go-to servers for medium and large enterprises. They are characterized by high flexibility and configurability. The RX2540 M4, for example, can be equipped with up to three TB RAM and offers space for a variety of expansion cards, such as 100Gbe and SAS adapters. In combination with two powerful processors, these can also handle demanding tasks such as virtualization.
Four CPUs offer not only extreme computing power, but also the possibility to install up to six TB RAM in a single system. In addition, they offer even more connection options for expansion cards than dual socket systems. This makes these servers also suitable for applications such as in-memory databases and virtualization of many systems. Due to the 2U high construction, servers like the Fujitsu Primergy RX4770 M4 also optimize the space to computing power ratio, which is important for the profitability of large data centers. If you are still looking for more computing power, Fujitsu offers it in the PrimeQuest series, which houses servers with eight or more processors.