Stores domain names and their corresponding IP addresses
File server (or storage server)
Stores and manages files
Stores files for user upload or download via FTP
Provides a central location for online game play
Provides storage, internet connections, or other services to computers and devices in a household
Stores and manages email lists
Stores and delivers email messages
Manages network traffic
Manages printers and documents being printed
Stores and delivers requested webpages to a computer via a browser
sometimes called a rack-mounted server, is a server that is housed in a slot (bay) on a metal frame (rack). A rack can contain multiple servers, each in a different bay. The rack is fastened in a place to a flat service.
Is a server in the form of a single circuit board, or blade. The individual blades insert in a blade server chassis that can hold many blades. Like a rack server, the chassis is fastened in place to a flat surface.
Is a server built into an upright cabinet (tower) that stands alone. The tower can be similar in size and shape to a desktop tower or larger.