What are the system requirements for running Cyrious SMS?



Minimum
Recommended Server
Recommended Client
Processor
Intel Dual core Processor
Intel i5 Processor
Intel i3 Processor
Memory
1 GB
4 GB
4 GB
Hard Drive
15 GB free
SATA or SAS Drive
100GB Free Space, 7200+ RPM
SATA Drive
30 GB free
Monitor
800x600 resolution
1024x768 resolution or greater
1024x768 resolution or greater
Operating System
Windows 7 Professional[1]
Windows 7 Professional x64,
Windows 8 Professional x64,[2] or
Windows 10 Professional.
Windows 7 Professional,
Windows 8.1 Professional, or
Windows 10 Professional.
Network
100Mbit with average read & write speeds of 6500 to 8000KBps
1 Gpbs with average read & write speeds > 15000 KBps
1 Gpbs with average read & write speeds > 10000 KBps
Cabling
Cat 5e or 6 Cable
Cat 5e or 6 Cable
Cat 5e or 6 Cable


Important Notes


Unsupported Operating Systems:
Windows (All editions): 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000.
Windows (Home and Media editions): XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10.
Mac and Linux: All editions.
Networking:
Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, 8 only support a maximum of (10, 20) network connections from other computers respectively. A server OS is required to support larger networks with more than 9-20 computers (even if they aren't all using Cyrious).
Utilizing SMS through a VPN connection is not supported.
Wireless networking of any type or speed is not supported.
Cyrious recommends networking hardware rated at 1 GBps or higher. Networks should be tested to ensure they are capable of achieving a throughput of at least 6500 KBps drive read/write speeds from each client to the server. The recommended speeds for network throughput are between 15000KBps and 25000KBps when utilizing a 1000mbit network connection.
Video: Cyrious SMS is not optimized for resolutions below 1024 x 768.


See Also


  1. ^ Unsupported Operating Systems
    The following operating systems are not supported for use with SMS:
    • Windows NT
    • Windows 98
    • Windows ME
    • Windows 2000
    • Windows XP Home & Media Editions
    • Windows Vista Home & Media Editions
    • Windows 7 Home Editions
    • Windows 8 Home Editions
    • Windows 10 Home Editions
    • Macintosh (OSX)
  2. ^ Please note:
    Microsoft changed a number of underlying networking details between Windows XP and later operating systems (Windows 7 and Windows 8). It is not recommend that you operate in a environment that mixes these operating systems. ||