Chasses DEFINITION: A chassis (pronounced TCHA-see or CHA-see) is the physical frame or structure of an automobile, an airplane, a desktop computer, or other multi-component device. Case is very similar in meaning, but tends to connote the protective aspect of the frame rather than its structure. People tend to choose one term or the other. The rest of this definition uses chassis but applies as well to the term case.
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This brief resource introduces the PowerEdge C8000 4U shared infrastructure chassis that can easily handle multiple workloads to help reduce response times while easing serviceability. Read on to learn more today.
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