Dell Technologies enters the next generation of computing with its most powerful and secure Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio. With the new servers, Dell Technologies is charting the path toward autonomous infrastructure to offer greater IT efficiency, embrace AI and address the demands of IT at the edge.
The server portfolio provides the power needed to gain and act on real-time insights from data wherever it may reside—from core data centers to public clouds and edge locations. Reimagined with 17 new PowerEdge servers and bolstered by 1,100 Dell–owned or filed U.S. patents, the new servers deliver their highest performance to date.
Manish Gupta, Senior Director & General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India, said: “We have entered into an era, where the success of any organization depends on how well they extract value from their data. Remote working culture has led to a huge rise in the amount of data being generated, a constant challenge for organizations to harness actionable insights. Hence, businesses have been scouting for new-age IT solutions, that help them drive their data faster, with utmost ease and agility, to stay relevant in this competitive ecosystem.
We at Dell Technologies understand these evolving needs of our customers and offer them the best-in-class solutions, to enhance their IT infrastructure. With the new PowerEdge portfolio, we provide next-level performance and capabilities to our customers, helping them get the most out of their valuable data. Additionally, the solution will offer organizations a diverse portfolio that will allow them to bring computing power closer to their data, perform a deeper analysis at a faster pace and empower their digital transformation journeys, whenever needed.”
Anil Sethi, VP & GM – Channels, Dell Technologies India, added: “Technology has never been more important than it is today. In this new digital world, Dell Technologies’ stands by the commitment made to the partners by delivering services and solutions in this ever-evolving, on-demand economy. With the launch of Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio, not only are we re-imagining the demands of IT at the Edge but also empowering our customers with the help of emerging technologies, to reach their targets at a much faster pace.
The 15G PowerEdge server is designed to drive innovation through intelligent collaboration and help our partners and customers take advantage of its impressive agility, performance, unrivalled security, manageability, and scalability. With Dell functioning as a trailblazer on the path towards creating a fully autonomous infrastructure, we are ready to support our customers and partners through their transformation journey, to be ready for the automated future.”
Vinay Sinha, Managing Director – Sales, India, AMD, said, “The relationship with AMD and Dell Technologies in the data center keeps getting stronger with the launch of the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC server CPUs, available today in the latest lineup of the Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio. Together, we are helping not only to deliver some of the world’s highest performing servers for enterprise customers but are also pushing the boundaries on AI with the PowerEdge XE8545.”
Autonomous compute helps customers fully realize self-deployed, self-provisioned and self-managed infrastructure in the future. Today, through Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise, PowerEdge servers and systems management can deliver up to 85% time savings on average and eliminate dozens of steps with automation.
AI-optimized to tackle the most data-intensive workloads
PowerEdge servers now feature PCIe Gen 4.0 – doubling throughput performance over the previous generation –and up to six accelerators per server to support the most challenging, data-intensive workloads. These technologies, coupled with PowerEdge’s autonomous intelligence, make this the most AI-enabled PowerEdge portfolio to date, enabling organizations to anticipate and more quickly respond to their needs.
This latest portfolio features two all-new, accelerator-optimized servers:
Ruggedized and short-depth servers take IT to the edge
Built to thrive in remote and harsh environments, theportfolio now includes the new PowerEdge XR11 and XR12 ruggedized servers that bring enterpriseperformance and security to a durable form factor. With a hardened chassis, minimal footprint and support for multiple accelerators, the Intel-based XR11 and XR12 short–depth servers are built for the growing demands of edge-based workloads.
Security that’s built–in, not bolted on, for end-to-end protection
Organizations around the world report their top concern on the path to digital transformation is data privacy and cybersecurity. Built with cyber-resilient architecture and a well-established silicon Root of Trust, the new portfolio’scomprehensive approach ensures PowerEdge servers are secure at throughout their lifecycle, from manufacturing, deployment and beyond.
Security starts before deployment with Dell Technologies Secured Component Verification, a first-of-its-kind offering for servers and an extension to Dell’s Secure Supply Chain assurance process. With unique features, such as PowerEdge UEFI Secure Boot Customization, boot security can be more closely managed to better thwart attacks.
Energy-efficient cooling, designed with sustainability in mind
Energy-efficient products are important to the environment and to our customers and our commitment to sustainability is embedded into everything we do. With a uniquely designed chassis, the new servers feature ducted fansand adaptive cooling for more efficient power consumptionthat improves energy efficiency by up to 60% over previous generation. Coupled with multi-vector cooling,
PowerEdge automatically directs airflow to the hottest part of the server for optimized cooling. Direct Liquid Cooling, available on select servers, features a proprietary leak-sensing technology to find and resolve issues faster.
Flexible ways to consume compute
Additionally, the new lineup of PowerEdge servers are available with Flex On Demand that allows customers to acquire the technology they need with payments that scale to match actual usage.