Dell Technologies Launches Dell EMC PowerEdge Rack and Tower Servers


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Dell Technologies is introducing new Dell EMC PowerEdge rack servers and low profile tower servers to customers in India starting December 9, 2021. New servers can support both critical and advanced workloads to help organizations innovate, to adapt and develop. Designed with acoustics and thermics suitable for the office, these servers are ideal for use inside data centers and peripheral environments.

“As business models become more and more distributed, businesses need compute capabilities that meet their unique needs and deliver real-time business information,” said Manish Gupta, Senior Director and General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies, India. “Our new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers are designed to meet evolving technological needs and enable businesses of all sizes to scale rapidly, secure data processing, optimize costs and maximize productivity.

Dell EMC PowerEdge Entry-Level Tower and Rack Servers

The new entry-level PowerEdge rack and tower servers, built with Intel® Xeon® E-2300 processors, are designed for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as enterprises, to process information securely with less latency. Expanding capabilities beyond the walls of a traditional data center allows organizations to capture information where it’s immediately relevant and gain insight to improve the customer and employee experience.

These servers provide additional compute, memory and storage capacity to increase productivity. Newer single-socket PowerEdge servers have a small footprint to combat space limitations, including the PowerEdge T350, which has an updated design that is 37% smaller than its previous generation, making it even smaller. useful in office, hospitality and retail environments.

Dell EMC PowerEdge T550: Delivering Flexible, Powerful and Affordable Solutions

The Dell EMC PowerEdge T550, powered by 3rd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, is a flexible, two-socket tower server that balances scalability and performance. It supports advanced technologies such as accelerators for enterprise workloads, including AI and inference, virtualization, medical imaging, data analysis, and software-defined storage.

Dell Technologies offers integrated systems management and security

Additionally, the new PowerEdge servers are designed to meet the demands of digital transformation with an enhanced portfolio that supports a variety of workloads and business goals. Along with this, they are supported by Dell EMC OpenManage software which offers intelligent infrastructure management and automation, helping businesses save time on routine maintenance.

PowerEdge servers are built with a cyber-resilient architecture, starting with the design of silicon and permeating the system lifecycle from manufacturing to supply chain and decommissioning.

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