Issues like this are often related to either unsupported/defective hardware, or BIOS versions/settings issues. Please provide more details about the hardware (system, vendor, CPUs, RAID controller, network adapters, ...) you are using. You may also want to check whether the hardware is supported (see VMware Compatibility Guide).
André is right, I can see from picture enclosed that you running ESXi on laptop, or it's just monitor from Lenovo on the picture... ?!
Ca you provide more details about your HW, please?
If you have ESXi installed directly on non-server (laptop) HW is always hit or miss ... because some components are usually unsupported (ie. disk controllers, NICs ...)
I found very simmilar PSOD for ESXi which was caused by missing C-State information to be exposed by the BIOS...see:
PSOD type is Exception 14: Page Fault A page fault (Exception 14) occurs when the page being requested has not been successfully loaded into memory.
For detailed info see:
So it is definitely worth to check your HW components support on VMware HCL and update your HW firmware like BIOS etc. to latest revisions.
If you found your CPU supported but other components not, think about nested virtualization using VMware Workstation.
More on this you can find here:
PS: Because you have 5.5 U1 build: 1623387 I would recommend update your image to latest build which address and resolves Heartbleed vulnerability issue, see: