PRIMERGY is Fujitsu's brand name for x86-architecture designed servers. The brand name "PRIMERGY" incorporates a complete family of servers ranging from single-socket over dual-socket to quad-socket systems. Eight- and more socket systems are branded differently with "PRIMEQUEST" whereas servers of Fujitsu in the UNIX/Mainframe world, also known as SPARC systems, are named "Fujitsu M10" and mainframes "BS2000"At a time when the importance of applications and data in supporting your business has never been higher, you need computing power that is fit-for-purpose now and into the future. Fujitsu PRIMERGY systems are designed with this goal in mind, delivering more compute and storage capacity, highest performance, right-sized options with flexible choices, and providing lower energy consumption to lower your costs of IT service. The industry-standard x86 servers provide your company with the most powerful and flexible data center solutions on the market for companies of all sizes, across all industries and for any type of workload. All PRIMERGY servers follow a dedicated naming scheme, as shown in the graphic below. First, it delivers information about the form factor of the system, secondly the number of sockets is given, thirdly, it incorporates the used processor family (currently only intel processors), and then a number for the feature-set of the system and lastly, the appendix gives insight about the system generation according to the Intel Xeon family generation development. The abbreviation TX stands for tower servers. The abbreviation RX stands for rack servers. The abbreviation BX stands for blade servers.