Dell Introduces Complete Refresh of PowerEdge Servers with Energy Efficient Designs and Embedded Systems Management
- “CEOs don’t wake up in the middle of the night worrying about what the servers in their data centers are doing, and they shouldn’t have to. Dell is creating technology that greatly simplifies IT throughout its entire lifecycle to make our customers more efficient. The new Dell 11th generation PowerEdge servers were designed to lead the industry in price/performance, virtualization and power/thermal efficiency to reduce complexity and cost and let our customers focus on creating business value.” -- Brad Anderson, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Product Group, Dell.
- “Getting maximum utilization of existing data centers can drive constraints placed by overall infrastructure power and cooling demands, limiting business agility. Dell‘s 11th generation PowerEdge servers with the new Intel Xeon processor 5500 series give companies unprecedented performance and intelligent power consumption that can dynamically adapt to application workloads and business demands. With this refresh, customers can enhance business agility, extend the life of their data centers, and have additional room for growth.”
-- Kirk Skaugen, Vice President and General Manager, Server Platforms Group, Intel.
- “The Dell PowerEdge R610 server and PowerEdge M610 blade server will help us reduce overall power consumption and get the most out of what we do use. These systems give us five times the processing capacity for the same amount of power as servers we acquired only three years ago.” -- Gary Jung, Manager, Scientific Cluster Support Group, IT division, UC Berkeley Laboratory.
- “The sheer volume of transactions we need to process every day, makes it necessary that our servers are highly reliable and optimized for high performance computing. Dell's new 11th generation PowerEdge servers meet our performance goals, are highly scalable and easier to manage. It made it an easy choice for our data center.”-- Anna Ewing, Chief Information Officer at NASDAQ OMX.
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1 Based on a comparison of Dell PowerEdge 2950 III versus PowerEdge R710 power consumption over four years, assuming average energy costs of .12 per kW. Actual performance will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability.
2 Source: Principled Technologies, Inc., “Virtualized Exchange workload performance comparison of end-to-end solutions with iSCSI storage connections” a March 2009 report commissioned by Dell. (Virtualized Microsoft Exchange 2007 workload performance running on HP ProLiant BL685c server and HP StorageWorks EVA 4400)
3 Source: Principled Technologies, Inc., “Virtualized Exchange workload performance comparison of end-to-end solutions with iSCSI storage connections” a March 2009 report commissioned by Dell. (Virtualized Exchange workload running on HP ProLiant DL385 G5 server and HP StorageWorks EVA 4400)
4 Source: Principled Technologies, Inc., “Total cost of ownership (TCO) of Dell PowerEdge M710 and HP ProLiant BL685c G5 blade solutions” a March 2009 report commissioned by Dell. TCO includes hardware, support, management software, IO virtualization, power, cooling, network ports, and data center space.
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