Technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing (edge) are getting more mainstream with many organizations realizing their full potential in enabling business transformation. Technology company Dell Technologies boosts its Dell EMC PowerEdge portfolio with next-generation server
Reimagined with new PowerEdge servers and bolstered by 1,100 Dell-owned or filed US (United States) patents, the new servers promise to deliver their highest performance to date.
With a hyperconnected world, organizations can expect that the volume and velocity of data will continue to pick up speed as more and more technologies emerge. Automation is becoming the go-to technology when companies think of simplification and reducing manual tasks.
Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise, PowerEdge servers and systems management offer up to 85% time savings on average and eliminate dozens of steps with automation. Optimizing the latest technologies from AMD and Intel, new PowerEdge servers promise to deliver the compute power needed for customers’ most critical workloads and applications.
The Dell EMC PowerEdge R6515 features 3rd Generation AMD EPYC processors and is designed to accelerate data processing capabilities by up to 60% in big data Hadoop databases, speeding time to insights. The PowerEdge R750, on the other hand, runs on the upcoming 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and promises to deliver up to 43% greater performance in solving massively parallel linear equations, supporting most computational-heavy workloads.
PowerEdge servers now feature PCIe Gen 4.0 — doubling throughput performance over the previous generation — and up to six accelerators per server to support the most challenging, data-intensive workloads.
PowerEdge R750xa, purpose-built to boost acceleration performance, delivers GPU-dense performance for machine learning training, inferencing, and AI with support for the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite exclusively available for VMware vSphere 7 Update 2. The dual-socket, 2U server is powered by the 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and supports up to four double-wide GPUs and six single-wide GPUs.
The portfolio now includes the new PowerEdge XR11 and XR12 ruggedized servers that bring enterprise performance and security to a durable form factor. With a hardened chassis, minimal footprint, and support for multiple accelerators, the Intel-based XR11 and XR12 short-depth servers are built for the growing demands of edge-based workloads.
Built with cyber-resilient architecture and what Dell calls a well-established silicon Root of Trust, the new portfolio’s comprehensive approach ensures PowerEdge servers are secure throughout their lifecycle, from manufacturing, deployment, and beyond.
Security starts before deployment with Dell Technologies Secured Component Verification, a first-of-its-kind offering for servers7 and an extension to Dell’s Secure Supply Chain assurance process. With unique features, such as PowerEdge UEFI Secure Boot Customization, boot security can be more closely managed to better thwart attacks.