This week, Dell unleashed a stable of new PowerEdge servers that are equipped with blazing Intel Xeon E5-2600 Family processors. The servers – which are available in rack, tower and blade form factors – are geared toward small, medium-sized and large enterprises with a broad range of datacenters needs. Initial reviews of the new servers have been universally positive.
The new PowerEdge systems include:
Dell PowerEdge R620: This two-socket, 1U rack server is equipped to tackle a myriad of taxing applications, including high-performance computing and workgroup collaborations. PC Pro said it's “aimed firmly” at virtualization, “but also has a sharp focus on HPC and workgroup applications.”
Dell PowerEdge T620: The enterprise-class tower server features two Intel Xeon E5 processors and supports up to two dozen DIMMs. PCMag.com said the T620 “is custom-made for fault-tolerance, redundancy and virtualization.”
Dell PowerEdge R720: This 2U system is highly flexible and optimized to tackle complex workloads. IT PRO gave the rack server a perfect rating, commenting that the “PowerEdge R720 packs an unbeatable range of features into its 2U chassis and does so at a very competitive price.”
Dell PowerEdge R720xd: This blade server is marketed toward mid-sized and large businesses that require constant access to massive amounts of data. The 2U R720xd comes equipped with two Intel chips.
Dell PowerEdge M620: Fast and energy-efficient, this half-height blade server is compatible with the Dell PowerEdge M1000e Blade Enclosure. It is designed for databasing, email serving, virtualization and other demanding applications.
Dell PowerEdge C6220: Dell released few details about this machine, except that it's compact and powered by Intel Xeon E5-2600 processing technology.
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