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Dell introduces its most advanced server portfolio to address broadest range of business computing needs

October 14, 2014

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Dell introduces its most advanced server portfolio to address broadest range of business computing needs

Dell has recently unveiled its most advanced and easy-to-manage portfolio of 13th generation PowerEdge servers, designed to help customers worldwide address and optimize the evolving spectrum of application and workload requirements

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Dell PowerEdge servers

The new Dell PowerEdge portfolio – which begins with five form-factors across blade, rack and tower servers – provides customers with choice in how they address industry trends including cloud computing, mobility, big data, and software - defined.

Next generation PowerEdge server portfolio

The first of the new servers include the PowerEdge R730xd, R730, and R630 rack servers, the M630 blade server, and the T630 tower server, which are built with the latest Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600v3 product family. Combined with Dell’s end-to-end portfolio of enterprise infrastructure offerings, software and services, the new PowerEdge servers enable increased levels of operational efficiency and flexibility at any scale for the most demanding applications and environments. 

Dell PowerEdge 13th generation servers

State-of-the-art storage speeds application performance 

As businesses continue to run more data-intensive applications such as real-time analytics and transactional processing low-latency access to data becomes even more critical.

Dell’s new PowerEdge servers are designed to leverage modern storage technologies that enable customers to accelerate applications by bringing data closer to the processor for increased application performance.

  • With cost effective 1.8-inch SATA flash drives, the Dell PowerEdge R630 can deliver customers up to 2.4 times the input/output operations per second (IOPS) in the same amount of space as 2.5-inch SSDs.
  • With the PowerEdge R730xd, Dell also provides up to 100TB of storage for workloads such as Microsoft Exchange, where it also delivers up to a 50 percent increase in mailbox size over previous generation servers.

The new in-server storage technology allows customers to:

  • Accelerate the most important data by offering high performance with NVMe Express Flash storage and deployment of Dell Fluid Cache for SAN and SanDisk DAS Cache.
  • Zone large datasets by doubling the RAID performance with optional dual PERC9 controllers.
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  • Support software defined storage and optimized data placement by providing hybrid storage configurations within the compute node that enable tiering capabilities. 

Dell also has introduced direct-attached storage offerings specifically developed for the new PowerEdge servers. The new Dell Storage MD1400 and MD1420 offer affordable storage expansion, double the bandwidth and improved performance compared to the previous generation, data security with self-encrypting-drives (SEDs), and seamless data management between the server and storage enclosure.

To find out more about new Dell PowerEdge 13th generation servers browse the new server portfolio.

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