RPA100

In the remote PC array (RPA), 20 physical PC cartridges are mounted in a 1U housing. It is a hyper-converged solution that provides all of the necessary CPU, memory, storage (SSD), network switch and management software to get the work done.

Designed on a physical PC for remote connection, no hypervisor is required. This will dramatically shorten the cost of the infrastructure part as well as the design and construction period. It significantly reduces the cost of the entire virtual desktop system and solves many challenges traditional virtual desktops face.

Reduce initial installation cost significantly

Reduce design construction time

Lower maintenance costs

Better performance per core

Easy to expand
 

Chassis
Dimensions
1U (W) 430 x (H) 43.8 x (D) 736.6 mm
Weight
13.5kg (approximate)
(including 20 cartridges fully loaded, 2 power supplies installed)
Built-in component
20 x cartridge, 1 x KVM switch, 1 x Ethernet switch, 1 x Local Management Console (ACM)
Power
2 x 350W Hot-swap
Power consumption
220W / maximum 264W
Operating humidity (Rh)
10% ~ 90% (non-condensing)
Operating temperature
10°C ~ 35°C
I/O ports
Front: 1 x VGA, 3 x USB 2.0
Rear: 4 x 1GbE (RJ-45), 1 x (RJ-45) Management port
Cartridge
Supported OS
Windows® 7 Pro / 8.1 Pro / 10 Pro
Processor
Intel® Celeron® N2807 Dual Core 1.58GHz (up to 2.16GHz)
Intel® Celeron® J1900 Quad Core 2.0GHz (up to 2.42GHz)
Memory
4GB DDR3 (Option: 8GB for Quad Core CPU)
Storage
64GB or 128GB SSD (Unified specification in chassis unit)
Network
Dual 1Gb NIC
Ethernet Switch
Port
1 GbE 44 port (internal 40 ports, external 4 ports)
VLAN
tag / untag
LAG
Static, dynamic (LACP)
Spanning-Tree
STP, RSTP, MSTP
Management
GUI, CLI

* All above specifications are subject to change without notice.

The Atrust Chassis Manager (ACM) allows GUI-based aggregated chassis management on Atrust RPA100 system. The interface provides access to functions, and operate Atrust RPA100 via a graphical interface.



The key features of Atrust Chassis Manager (ACM) are:
- View details and health information of chassis, cartridges and network switch
- Configure chassis, cartridges and network switch
- Configure cartridge BIOS and window OS settings
- View firmware versions and update firmware
- View system event logs
- Configure Alert mails and SNMP traps
- Manage user accounts
- Control KVM switch and view its status

 

Product ModelDescriptionVersionSizeDownload
RPA1001.0539.2 KBSpecification

1 Power Button 11 Management LED
Press to turn on RPA100. Indicates if you are on the Management screen.
2 Power LED 12 Cartridge Button
Indicates the status of power. • In Normal mode, press to turn on / off a cartridge.
• In KVM mode, press to access installed systems in a cartridge.
3 Alert LED 13 Cartridge LED
Indicates system abnormalities. • In Normal mode, indicates the status of cartridge power.
• In KVM mode, indicates if a cartridge is selected or not.
• In KVM mode, indicates if a selected cartridge is locked or not.
4 UID (Unit IDentification) Button 14 USB 2.0 Port x 3
Press to turn on / off the UID LED. Connects to the USB device.
5 UID LED 15 VGA
Identifies RPA100. Connects to a monitor.
6 Remote Button 16 Hot-swappable power supply (AC IN)
Press to switch between Remote and Local modes. Connects to a power outlet.
7 Remote LED 17 UID Button and LED
Indicates the status of Remote mode. Press to turn on / off the UID LED and identifies RPA100.
8 KVM Button 18 Management Port (1 Gb)
Press to switch between KVM and Normal modes. Connects to a network. (also for system management)
9 KVM LED 19 Uplink Port
Indicates the status of KVM mode. Connects to a network.
10 Management Button
Press to switch to the Management screen.
* The above information is subject to change without notice.
* The accessories picture is for reference only.