New battery in the new Dell PowerEdge servers

The 13th generation Dell PowerEdge servers has been designed with the aim of optimizing the costs for a wide range of web applications, business and Hyperscale. It presents innovations in storage technology, processing and memory.

Swift and fast were shown hardware manufacturers. After announcing their new processors Intel E5-2600 / 1600 v3, firms such as IBM and Dell have already presented some teams that incorporate them.

In the case of Dell, are included in its new PowerEdge range, presenting the thirteenth, and consists of five formats servidores compactos in blade, rack and tower.

Specifically, it is the rack Power Edge servers R730xd , R730 and R630 , the blade server M630 and tower server T630, all built with the latest Intel Xeon processor family E5-2600v3 and directed to provide customers different options to tackle cloud computing, mobility, big data and trends defined by software.

Our new range of PowerEdge servers based on three fundamental principles: accelerate application performance, workloads strengthen in any environment and simplify systems management. Thus, customers can address the transition between traditional and new computer models, and always be prepared to incorporate innovations that allow them to cope in new applications and optimize their data centers, says Forrest Norrod, vice president and general manager Dell Server Solutions, in a statement distributed by the company.

One of the aspects that have looked with this release are storage technologies, thus speeding up the most important data, positioning large data sets or supporting software-defined storage and optimize data placement.

For example, including SATA 1.8 inch flash drives, the Dell PowerEdge R630 can offer customers up to 2.4 times more operations input / output per second (IOPS) in the same space as the SSD 2.5 . Meanwhile, the PowerEdge R730xd includes up to 100 TB of storage workloads.

Another important innovation, this time focussing on improving the management server, is the inclusion of NFC technology, which significantly enhances the configuration, management and monitoring of mobile systems, reducing to 84% the time of collection inventory.

This new solution is able to convey to clients that perform management tasks directly on the server, the information about its state and its basic configuration by simply placing on a smartphone or tablet with OpenManage Server Mobile.

Finally, thanks to Zero-Touch Repository Manager, administrators can save time and improve efficiency to store, access or deploy a server configuration profile or update firmware from this one central repository.

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