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For electronic equipment racks (e.g., 19 or 23 inches wide), the term 1U is used to define one rack unit of height. To be precise, 1U equals 1.75-inches (44.45mm) of rack height. Therefore, a 2U rack mount height would be 2 x 1.75", which equals 3.5-inches high.What is the difference between a 1U and 2U server?
Equipment manufacturers tend to make their equipment front panel height slightly smaller than the allotted "U". A 1U rackmount server, for example, is 1.719". Likewise, a 2U or 4U server is also smaller than the allotted space by about 1/32 inch.What is the 1U rackmount servers?
A 1U server is a flat server that takes up one unit of space when mounted in a rackmount or pedestal server chassis. It is shaped like a pizza box and consists of a core processor, storage, memory slots, ports and interfaces.