Toshiba Magnia 3100
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The Magnia server series is a product of Toshibas 20 years experience in the server arena, and benefits from our unparalleled expertise and investment in mobile computing.
The Magnia 3100/3100R and Magnia 3135R series.
Packed with impressive features and storage capability, these servers offer excellent performance and expansion capabilities to support fast-growing businesses more effectively than any other servers in their class. Dual Intel Pentium III processors running at up to 1 GHz (133 MHz FSB) Generous scalable memory (up to 4 GB PC 133 registered ECC memory) Scalable and high-performing hot-swap hard disks Space-saving modular design in Magnia 3135R (2U) model; Magnia 3100/3100R rack or tower form factors
World-class server solutions.
Serving the mobile community:
The Magnia series:
Powerful, reliable and secure server solutions to meet every need.
Toshibas pioneering role in mobile computing innovation means we are uniquely qualified to understand the needs of mobile users and their companies. Indeed, the Toshiba Magnia server range is designed to enable users to reap maximum benefits from their mobile PCs. From entry-level to enterprise, Toshibas Magnia range offers a high-performance server to meet every requirement. All deliver uncompromising reliability, manageability, expandability and quality precisely what you would expect from Toshiba.
Multifunctional appliance servers:
The Magnia SG20.
This ingenious ultra-affordable network-in-a-box offers a unique combination of wireless connectivity, ease-of-use and all-in-one functionality the ideal server solution for small office/home office users and workgroups. Wireless-enabled to act as a cable-free access point
Year on year, Toshiba invests more than six per cent of total revenue in research and development to guarantee the latest technology.
Reliable build quality.
Rigorous testing ensures that every system we build not only fulfils all user requirements to the letter, but will continue to do so for years to come.
Toshibas servers are designed to give your business a competitive edge, offering outstanding performance, reliability, ease of operation, flexible solution options and low Total Cost of Ownership.
Unerring confidence in the quality and reliability of our own products enables us to offer lengthy and comprehensive warranties. You will probably never need to call upon your warranty, but the peace of mind it brings is reassuring to any business.
Powerful enterprise servers:
The Magnia 7100/7100R series.
For medium and large-sized organisations where outstanding performance, heat management, availability and scalability are essential. Ideal for the most demanding e-commerce and database applications.
Exceptional entry-level servers:
The Magnia 510D.
Latest quad Intel Pentium III Xeon processor technology for maximum performance
Generous scalability with up to 16 GB of registered ECC memory
With its affordable pricing, impressive features and wide range of upgrade options, the Magnia 510D series is a flexible, cost-effective server solution for every budget-conscious small business or fast-growing department. Dual Intel Pentium III processors up to 1 GHz for high performance Scalable main memory up to 2 GB of PC 133 ECC SDRAM Generous internal storage up to 144 GB SCSI or 150 GB IDE
Extensive range of pre-installed software no expert knowledge required Built-in data security protection for important information Easy set-up and manageability takes approx. 30 minutes
Plenty of internal hard disk capacity at 432 GB 12 x 36 GB Ultra 160 SCSI hard disks Optional redundant and hot-swap power supplies for assured and continuous availability
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storage unit: The Magnia ESA4000.
This efficient, dependable and scalable storage solution can be directly attached to Magnia servers. Meets the needs of medium-to-large businesses for enhanced data management and information storage capacity. Generous storage capacity scaling from 90 GB to 1.4 TB. Dual RAID controllers with battery back-up Hot-swappable storage bays Redundant hot-swappable fans, cards and power supply
Superb manageability through Intel LANDesk Server Manager
The Magnia Z300.
One of the worlds smallest dual processor server, combining the freedom of wireless networking, expandable modular design and a space-efficient solution for reduced cost of network ownership.
Dual Intel Pentium processors up to 1 GHz Generous scalable memory (up to 3 GB PC 133 registred ECC memory) Hot-swappable disk (integrated RAID controller) Easy set-up and manageability with advanced management software
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The multifunctional appliance servers
The entry-level servers
The workgroup/departmental servers
The enterprise servers
The external storage unit
Magnia SG20 Model Processor Main Memory Storage Bays Disk Storage Network Interface
Magnia 510D Model Processor
Tower Intel Pentium III processor, 133 MHz Front Side Bus, 733 MHz, 866 MHz and 1 GHz Dual processing possible, one processor standard 256 KB 2nd level cache VIA Apollo Pro 133A 128 MB standard, 2 GB maximum PC 133 SDRAM, ECC 3 x 3.5 (1 bay used by diskette drive), 4 x 5.25 (1 bay used by CD-ROM)
Magnia 3100/3100R Model Processor Upgradability Cache Chipset Main Memory Storage Bays
Rack or tower Intel Pentium III processor, 133 MHz Front Side Bus, 733 MHz, 866 MHz and 1 GHz Dual processing possible, one processor standard 256 KB 2nd level cache ServerWorks LE3.MB standard, 4 GB maximum PC 133 registered SDRAM, ECC 1 x 3.5 (used by diskette drive), 3 x 5.25 (1 bay used by CD-ROM), 6 x 3.5 SCA hot-swap bays with 1 height HDD support
2U rack Intel Pentium III processor, 133 MHz Front Side Bus, 866 MHz and 1 GHz Dual processor possible, one processor standard
Magnia Z300 Model Processor Standard (Maximum)
System Unit (rack or tower) Intel Pentium III 1 GHz processor
Expansion Hard Drive Unit* (rack or tower) * Only two Expansion Hard Drive Units can be connected to a System Unit, using a 2 channel RAID card, i.e. AMI MR493 Four 3,5/25 mm hot-swap Ultra 160 SCSI 292 GB (4 x 73 GB)
Magnia ESA4000* Model Storage Capacity
Model Processor Upgradability Cache Chipset
Rack or tower Intel Pentium III Xeon processor, 100 MHz Front Side Bus, 700 MHz Quad processing capable, one processor standard 1 MB or 2 MB 2nd level cache ServerWorks Champion 2HE 512 MB standard, 16 GB maximum PC 100 registered SDRAM, ECC 1 x 3.5 (used by diskette drive), 3 x 5.25 (1 bay used by CD-ROM), 6 x 3.5 SCA hot-swap bays with 1 height HDD support, Optional second HDD cage supports 6 additional SCA hot-swap 1 bays 876 GB maximum storage (12 x 73 GB Ultra 160 SCSI hard disks) 2 channel SCSI RAID controller
Intel Celeron 566 MHz processor
1 standard (2 max.)
64 MB SDRAM with ECC
Number of Bays L1 (L2) Cache
32 KB (256 KB) VIA Apollo Pro133A 256 MB (3 GB) PC133 registered SDRAM with ECC
Starting at 90 GB, scaling to 1.4 TB of storage, using one (1) controller unit and up to three (3) expansion units
Cache Chipset Main Memory
256 KB 2nd level cache
Two hard disk drive bays (occupied) ServerWorks Entry ServerSet III LE 128 MB standard, 4 GB maximum PCI 133 registered SDRAM ECC 1 x 3.5 (used by diskette drive) 1 x 5.25 (used by CD-ROM drive) 4 x 3.5 hot-swap SCA bays with 1 height support
Maximum Internal Storage I/O Ports Management Power Input Maximum Power Consumption Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight
Drives Storage Bays
Choice of 18 GB or 36 GB, 10,000 rpm Ultra 2 SCSI LVD HDDs
Standard (Maximum) Memory IDE Hard Disk Drive Bays Maximum Internal Storage IDE RAID
1 x SCSI LVDS 2 x External Unit control connectors (10 pin) Fan, temperature, voltage are monitored by system unit via External Unit control cable AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60Hz 100 W
Main Memory Storage Bays
2 x 15 GB or 2 x 30 GB internal storage
Two Ultra DMA100 hot-swap 3.5/25 mm bays
Ten (10) front-accessible hot-swap drive bays, supporting 1.0 or 1.6 HDDs
Eight integrated 10/100 RJ-45 LAN ports and one private RJ-45 uplink port (for expansion)
152 GB (2 x 76 GB)
Four (4) Ultra 2 SCSI LVD channels at 80 Mbps per bus, external connection through 8 mm, 68-pin SCSI LVD connectors, automatic SCSI bus termination
Disk Storage I/O Ports/Slots
1 x modem port 1 x parallel port, 1 x PCMCIA slot (Wireless IEEE 802.11b only)
150 GB IDE or 144 GB SCSI maximum storage
Integrated IDE RAID controller RAID levels 0,1 Slim type (ATAPI x24)
Disk Storage Optional RAID Controller CD-ROM
1 channel RAID controller
438 GB maximum storage (6 x 73 GB Ultra 160 SCSI hard disks) 1 channel or 2 channel SCSI RAID controller
144 GB maximum storage (4 x 36 GB Ultra 160 SCSI hard disks)
Disk Storage RAID Levels
Micro tower: 233 x 396.5 x 99 mm Rack mounted: 219.4 x 395 x 85 mm 8.4 kg 3 years on-site
Optional RAID Controller
1 channel SCSI RAID controller
Host Channels RAID Controllers Logical Arrays
Two (2) copper Fibre-Channel, Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) using HSSDC connectors
48-speed, IDE 1.44 MB, 3.PCI slots: (2 x 66 MHz/64-bit, 4 x 33 MHz/32-bit) one 33 MHz/32-bit slot occupied by SM card Integrated 100Base-TX/10 Base Ethernet on SM card PCI graphics controller ATI RAGE XL 3D (4 MB SDRAM) One 2CH SCSI controller 24-speed, IDE 1.44 MB, 3.5
Optional RAID Controller CD-ROM Diskette Drive I/O Expansion Slots Network Interface Graphics SCSI Controllers Certified Software
CD-ROM LCD Power Supply Software Special features
Sixteen character LCD, backlit
Diskette Drive I/O Expansion Slots
1.44 MB, 3.5
Network Interface Controller Video Controller
Two integrated 10/100 Ethernet controllers
Integrated video controller with 8 MB VRAM One Ultra 160 on PCI riser board Standard on board Standard (optional for rack model) Standard (optional for rack model) Standard, variable speed 1 x 64 bit/66 MHz PCI 3.3v (194.63 mm max. card length) 1 x PCMCIA slot (Wireless LAN only) 1 x VGA 1 x serial 2 x USB (front) 2 x LAN 2 x PS/2 (keyboard and mouse) 1 x Ultra160 SCSI Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Redhat Linux 7.x (pending)
32-speed, SCSI 1.44 MB, 3.PCI slots: (6 x 33 MHz/64 bit hot plug, 2 x 33 MHz/32 bit) Integrated 100/10 Ethernet on PCI bus (100Base-TX/10Base-T) PCI graphics controller ATI RAGE2C onboard (2 MB SGRAM) One 2CH SCSI controller One 1CH SCSI controller WindowsNT 4.0, Windows 2000, Novell Netware 4.1x/5.x
Up to forty (40) drives in eight (8) LUNs RAID level 0, 1, 3, 5, 10 active operation with fail over and fail back
5 x 32-bit/33 MHz PCI slots (LAN card occupies one slot), 1 x AGP (occupied by video card) LAN card: D-link 100 Base-TX/10 Base Ethernet
AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 120 W
I/O Expansion Slots Network Interface
1 x 66 MHz / 64-bit PCI and 1 x 33 MHz / 32-bit PCI slots
Integrated 10/100 Ethernet on PCI bus (100Base-TX/10Base-T) ATI Rage IIC controller (4 MB VRAM) One 2CH SCSI controller
Pre-installed open source Linux
BMC Controller Keyboard Mouse Cooling Fans
Graphics SCSI Controllers
AGP 4 x card with 8 MB DRAM
E-mail: Exchange emails with friends & colleagues Intranet: Host internal web-site Print Services: Sharing one printer with all PCs File Services: Sharing data between all PCs Backup: Scheduled backup to a 2nd hard disk drive Firewall: Protection against external intrusion Web Caching: Save commonly accessed web-sites to hard disk drive Wireless Connectivity: Act as wireless access point Remote Access: Authorised person can gain access from outside Two integrated IDE controllers and/or SCSI controller
Hot-Swap drive support; hot-swap redundant fans; hot-swap redundant power supplies; hot-swap redundant cards; transparent disk drive rebuild; automatic error recovery; implied reserve/release; host to LUN mapping; automatic detection of failed drives; automatic rebuild of hot spare drive; write-through, write-back cache support; read-ahead support per logical device; battery backup unit (typical hold time of 72 hours based on MB RAID controllers in the subsystem)
SCSI Controllers Certified Software I/O Ports Input Devices Fans
Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Novell NetWare 4.x/5.x
1 x serial, 1 x parallel, 1 x mouse, 1 x keyboard, 1 x external monitor, 1 x RJ-45, 2 x USB Two-button mouse and keyboard with 105 keys
Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Novell NetWare 4.x/5.x 2 x serial, 1 x parallel, 1 x mouse, 1 x keyboard, 1 x external monitor, 1 x RJ-45 Two-button mouse and keyboard with 105 keys (tower only) Redundant option, speed auto changeable
Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Novell Netware 4.x/5.x 2 x serial, 1 x parallel, 1 x mouse, 1 x keyboard, 1 x external monitor, 1 x RJ-45, 2 x USB Optional Standard with constant speed
I/O Slots I/O Ports
Expansion Device Bay Unit* (rack or tower) * Only two Expansion Device Bay Units can be connected to a System Unit Non intelligent and SCSI Ultra wide
Global Array Manager (GAM) Pro for managing the array and creating LUNs Includes: client server GUI interface, error statistics and logging, performance information, create, manage and monitor programs
I/O Ports Input Devices
2 x serial, 1 x parallel, 1 x mouse, 1 x keyboard, 1 x external monitor, 1 x RJ-45, 2 x USB Two-button mouse and keyboard with 105 keys (tower only) Redundant hot-swap option, speed auto changeable 16 x 2 character type, reports: system configuration, BIOS Post Trace, and fan, power supply, HDD, CPU and VRM failures AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 850 W max. power consumption, (maximum 3 hot-swappable power supplies) Intel LANDesk Server Manager (LDSM v6.1) and Server Setup Tool (SST)
Interface Back-up Devices Supported I/O Ports
Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows NT (4.0) with Service Pack 5 or higher; compliance with Microsoft Cluster Server for Windows NT Server, Enterprise Edition
One DDS4, AIT2
Standard with constant speed
2 x SCSI Ultra wide xx External Unit control connectors (10 pin) Fan, temperature, voltage are monitored by system unit via External Unit control cable AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Fans Dimensions (W x D x H)
340 x 269 x 69 mm
Power Supply Operating Specifications Weight Controller Unit Expansion Unit Dimensions (H x W x D) Compliance Warranty
90 to 260 VAC (47 to 63 Hz line frequency), 415-watt maximum average
LCD Power Supply
AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 384 W max. power consumption
Certified Software Power Input Maximum Power Consumption Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight
10 to 40 C; 8% to 80% non-condensing humidity
Management Power Supply
AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 400 W max. power consumption, redundant hot-swappable option available Intel LANDesk Server Manager (LDSM v6.x) and Server Setup Tool (SST)
AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 275 W standard
AC 100 V 240 V, 50/60 Hz 160 W
Power Supply Software
Software Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Warranty
Intel LANDesk Server Manager (LDSM v6.x) and Server Setup Tool (SST) 195 x 499 x 450 mm
Power Input Maximum Power Consumption Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight Warranty
Software Dimensions (W x D x H)
Intel LANDesk Server Manager (LDSM v6.x)
3 years, carry-in
Minimum: 28 kg, maximum: 39.5 kg Minimum: 27.7 kg, maximum: 38.6 kg
220 x 586 x 444 mm pedestal 424 x 570 x 218 mm rack-mounted (5U) 35 kg (pedestal), 39 kg (rack model) 3 years, on-site
435 x 575 x 88 mm
Micro tower: 233 x 426.5 x 99 mm Rack mounted: 219.4 x 425 x 85 mm 8.5 kg 3 years on-site
Micro tower: 233 x 396.5 x 99 mm Rack mounted: 219.4 x 395 x 85 mm 7.0 kg
Dimensions (W x D x H) Weight
311 x 780 x 540 mm pedestal 445 x 726 x 309 mm rack-mounted (7U) 75 kg 3 years, on-site
Rack-mount unit: 128 x 445 x 547 mm
3 years, on-site
21 kg (including rack rails)
3 years on-site
FCC Class A, UL and CE Class A approved
* The products mentioned in this brochure are not available in all countries. Please contact your Toshiba dealer for details.
Case Study The Hermitage School
Working in partnership
Raising standards and life-long learning are perpetuated as The Hermitage School and Toshiba work together as a team
Freedom to Learn
The close working relationship shared by The Hermitage School and Toshibas Education Specialists has led to several initiatives that benefit the pupils and surrounding community. From supporting grant applications to sponsoring IT awards, Toshibas input is helping this Durham-based comprehensive school raise standards and learning for life.
The Hermitage makes headway
Even before the morning school bell rings, the clues that this secondary school is in tune with tomorrow are all around. Pupils type in homework information on wireless enabled PDAs (personal digital assistants) while teachers add the finishing touches to a lesson that will later be projected from notebook to electronic whiteboard. Since being awarded technology status in 1997, The Hermitage has experienced an impressive upturn in achievement. Transformed from an under-performing comprehensive to one now exceeding local and national averages for exam results, its success can in part be attributed to the strategic and perceptive use of ICT.
he explains. Teachers have developed a range of learning opportunities to suit children of different abilities, using on-line curriculum resource or creating their own material.
A rapport built on trust and mutual respect
Viewing technology as an essential enabling force in the schools aim of providing lifelong learning, Ron Hinshaw explains the importance of choosing the right ICT partner: We are fortunate that the ICT Department has a wide range of experience and expertise within the teaching and technical support staff. This informed background enables us to approach prospective suppliers with a detailed description of our needs. But this clarity of vision can sometimes prove disconcerting as some companies prefer to tell us what we need usually their latest product and not the other way round! We chose Toshiba because of their comprehension of our circumstances and overall professionalism. They respect our knowledge and respond with honest and intelligent solutions. Even if we specify products outside of Toshibas portfolio, they dont just brush this aside; instead, they work with us to source a reputable supplier.
We have shown that ICT is an enhanced tool for learning across all abilities and in every subject area.
Mr. Ron Hinshaw Assistant Head Teacher, Hermitage School
Assistant Head Teacher, Mr. Ron Hinshaw, has nurtured much of The Hermitages pro-technology culture by constantly communicating the multiple benefits of ICT. As a result, pupils have a deep-rooted awareness of technology and how it can help them individually. We have shown that ICT is an enhanced tool for learning across all abilities and in every subject area. Notebooks encourage independent learning and enable lesson content to be delivered in line with the pupils own competence level,
We chose Toshiba because of their comprehension of our circumstances and overall professionalism. They respect our knowledge and respond with honest and intelligent solutions.
Collaborating on projects
In addition to the provision of servers, notebooks and PDAs, Toshiba adds value to the relationship in many different ways. Ron Hinshaw recounts some of these: Toshiba is deeply involved in our bid for phase 3 Technology College status, which, if successful, will provide the school with an additional grant of 125,000 per annum. They also attend District Council planning meetings to aid our application for a broadband link, as well as sponsor IT awards aimed at pupils and staff both here and at our family of feeder schools.
These pocket-sized, portable units are installed with Microsoft applications so that daily tasks such as recording homework, note-taking, research and reading digital books can all be performed. Their light weight and compact size make it easy for the pupil to carry around, and the wireless card enables remote access to the schools main network and the Internet. The school is currently assessing the effectiveness of the PDAs, and has requested pupils of all abilities to participate in the pilot study. Therefore, any improvement in learning and organisational skills can be representatively assessed.
Pupils are permitted to take the PDAs home, which means parents are also gaining access to ICT. This falls in line with a scheme close to Ron Hinshaws heart The Hermitage Learning Community Project. Its aim is to offer all members of the community a way of accessing technology for leisure and learning purposes. For little or no charge, local residents can use the equipment at The Hermitage to study on-line courses as diverse as business management and foreign languages. Its proving to be an effective extension of learning, opening up opportunities for many local people.
New depths of learning
On a broader scale, Toshibas Business Development Manager, Mr. Billy Taylor, is collaborating with Ron Hinshaw on a joint initiative that will help other schools overcome some of the barriers encountered with integrating ICT into the classroom. He says, The aim is to create an open forum where participants share experiences and best practices. This helpful advice can be taken back and implemented at school. Billy Taylor continues, The level of skill and IT expertise possessed by Ron and his team
The Hermitage School
Toshiba e570 PDAs provide pupils with a central resource ideal for organising their daily schedule, aiding study etc. A further benefit is the seamless integration with existing ICT technology through wireless connectivity.
means theyre not afraid to explore new ideas all the while delving into new depths of learning.
PDAs for pupils
A trailblazing example of this is providing pupils with Toshiba e570 PDAs. These hand-held computing devices are more commonly associated with business executives, but as Ron Hinshaw explains, pupils can benefit too: We encourage students to regard ICT in the same way they use pen and paper; replacing the paper planner with a PDA seemed a natural progression.
Homework schedule Take notes Conduct research Read digital books
A secondary school in Chester-le-Street, County Durham No. of Pupils: 1000 Age of Pupils: 11-19 ICT Equipment: 40x Satellite 1800 series notebooks with Integrated WiFi giving access, via school-wide wireless LAN, to network and Internet services. 20x Satellite Pro 2100 series notebooks with Integrated WiFi. 50x e570 Pocket PCs with wireless compact flash cards. 1x Toshiba Magnia 3100 series server, acting as the network PDC running network management software. 1x Toshiba Magnia 7100 series server, offering terminal services to legacy equipment and PDAs. 1x Toshiba Magnia 3200 series server acting as a BDC and user storage. 1x Toshiba Magnia Z300 series server running Microsoft ISA server for Internet proxy/firewall. 26x Toshiba Equium 8100 series desktops, offering client access to network and Internet services.
For further information on this success story and Toshibas range of technology products and services, please contact Toshiba on or e-mail educationPCs@toshiba.co.uk
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