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Dell unveils 12th Generation PowerEdge servers

Dell 12th Generation PowerEdge Server

Dell unveiled today its 12th Generation server portfolio. The lineup consist of seven server models optimized for today’s fast-growing, resource hungry enterprise environment. With this line of blade, rack, and tower PowerEdge servers, Dell guarantees businesses will be able to deliver results faster. Partnerships with industry giants such as Intel, Microsoft, VMware, and Oracle guarantee optimum performance in today’s connected, database-driven, virtualized IT environment.

“Today’s IT organizations are balancing pressures to become more energy efficient and stretch existing manpower further, while supporting ever increasing amounts of data. Customers are looking to make server hardware investments that deliver the best of management and performance. The 12th Generation PowerEdge servers build on Dell’s early lead in introducing embedded systems management into x86 servers with new features designed to streamline and automate data center operations.” – Matt Eastwood, Group Vice President, Enterprise Platform Research, IDC

The next-generation servers come equipped with the latest Intel Xeon E5 processor as well as front-accesible, hot swappable PCIe solid state disks. On top of the hardware advances, tight software integration allow Dell’s 12th Generation Servers to deliver three major benefits. First, customers benefit from increased efficiency through increased capacity and managed power consumption. Second, businesses get results faster with increased SQL throughput and scalable storage. Finally, failsafes and enhanced security ensure business continuity with minimal downtime.

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Seven best-of-breed servers are designed for maximimum efficiency and output for most mission-critical functions. They are as follows:

  • PowerEdge R720xd rack server, optimized for collaboration
  • PowerEdge R720 rack server for demanding workloads, with server fans that cool with less power than it takes to runs a nightlight
  • PowerEdge R620 rack server packing in up to 300% more SQL virtual machines per rack
  • PowerEdge T620 rackable tower server
  • PowerEdge M620 2-socket blade server for extreme density and power efficiency
  • PowerEdge C6220with optimized performance-focused shared infrastructure
  • PowerEdge R820 rack server for dense virtualization and scalable database applications

For more details visit www.dell.com/PowerEdge or contact a local Dell distributor today.

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