Dell Launches 5 New PowerEdge Servers With Intel For SMBs
Dell generated a large amount from the sale of servers during the second quarter of 2021, up by more than 10% year over year sales. Dell has shipped a large number of servers than any other organization globally during this quarter of 2021. Now, Dell has come up with an updated range of Dell EMC PowerEdge of small business servers to address the need of associations requiring versatile and adaptable infrastructure. Dell Technologies has launched five new PowerEdge servers focusing on SMBs ( Small and Medium Businesses) and edge computing use cases. The New Dell EMC PowerEdge servers are flexible enough to address the developing IT needs while conveying the present business value at the point of information wherever that might be.
Dell’s all the New EMC PowerEdge servers are worked with Intel’s Xeon or Pentium processors alongside Dell’s OpenManage solutions that convey intelligent infrastructure management and automation. Because of Dell’s OpenManage programming, the new server has full-stack management integrated with Microsoft, VMware, ServiceNow, Ansible, and numerous tools. Dell has launched five new PowerEdge rack and tower servers T150, T350, R350, R250, and T550, worked with Intel Xeon E-2300 processors intended for SMBs and ventures that need to handle data safely with decreased latency. These new versions have also been planned with office-friendly acoustics and thermals not to interrupt the business tasks. SMBs can utilize Dell’s recent PowerEdge servers inside data centers and edge environments, including remote/branch workplaces, retail, logistics, and hospitality activities.
Dell’s PowerEdge R350, T350, and R250 incorporate one Intel Xeon E-2300 processor with up to eight cores or one Intel Pentium processor with up to two cores. Dell’s R350 is a powerful and flexible server for SMBs to empower a variety of jobs—from business-basic to cloud infrastructure.
Dell also claimed that PowerEdge R250 is an ideal server for collaboration and sharing and various other jobs, including sending mail and messages, document and print, web hosting, and point of sale environments for SMBs and remote workplaces and branch offices.
PowerEdge T350 is ideal for use inside or outside the data center, for example, in an office, retail settings, hospitality, etc. The T350 works around business-critical jobs, including database management, cloud infrastructure, and point of sale transactions.
Dell’s new PowerEdge T550 is powered by up to 36 cores per processor and with up to two 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors. The PowerEdge T550 is similar to all other PowerEdge servers; it is built with a cyber-resilient architecture that coordinates security deeply into each period of its lifecycle—from design to retirement.
The smallest tower server that Dell has launched is the Dell EMC PowerEdge T150. PowerEdge T150 tends to considerable throughput upgrades with the help of PCIe Gen 4 and offers improved thermal efficiency to help to expand the power and thermal requirements.