Hitachi announced the FLORA 3100LP in February 1995 as its high-end 3100 series model. The FLORA 3100LP implemented microprocessing with up to eight Intel Pentium (100 MHz) processors thanks to the C-Bus II 64-bit CPU bus architecture that reached data transfer speeds as fast as 400 MB/s. Data integrity was assured with ECC buses and memory.
The server was also standard equipped with an uninterruptable power-supply unit.
|Format||Disk-less model||Disk model||Disk array model|
|CPU (clock frequency)||Pentium processor (100 MHz)|
|No. of CPUs||1-8|
|HDD(max. internal disk capacity)||36GB||29GB||8GB|