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Dell Releases PowerEdge Servers

Quoting from CXOToday

Dell has unveiled PowerEdge servers featuring enhancements that the company claims would drive enterprise technologies across a variety of information-technology environments.

The PowerEdge servers integrate high-performance Intel Xeon 5100 series processors that they say would lower power consumption and advances in memory technology with industrial design.

The Dell PowerEdge 1950, 2900 and 2950 servers and Dell PowerEdge 1955 blade server would boost performance. For example, the company claimed that the Dell PowerEdge servers powered by Intel Xeon 5100 series processors would deliver performance increase over the previous generation 2U Dell PowerEdge server.

The main features of the new release includes:

* A new server portfolio that will lower power consumption by 25%, providing an increase in performance per watt of electricity and addressing customer requirements that reduce the cost and environmental impact of data center power demands.

* Enhanced performance and reliability are achieved through Intel dual-core Xeon 5100 series processors, which significantly increase performance that reduce power requirements.

* Enhanced virtualization technology for improved performance, management and utilization in virtualized workloads such as VMware ESX, Microsoft Virtual Server or Xen PCI-Express I/O.

You can read the rest of the article, here.


Published Thursday, June 08, 2006 7:17 AM by David Marshall
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