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7 New Dell Servers With AMD, Intel Chips You Need To See

‘We are embarking on a path to get to autonomous compute infrastructure,’ says Dell Technologies server executive Ravi Pendekanti, regarding Dell’s new line of PowerEdge servers launched today.

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Highlights Inside Each New PowerEdge Server

Dell EMC’s new line of PowerEdge servers includes a mix of both AMD and Intel processors depending on the specific server.

The new line of PowerEdge servers are all managed through Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise, which is a systems management console that facilitates lifecycle management for Dell EMC PowerEdge servers in one console.

Additionally, 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 data-intensive workloads. These technologies coupled with PowerEdge’s autonomous intelligence make this the most AI-enabled PowerEdge portfolio to date, Dell said.

On the security front, built with cyber-resilient architecture and a well-established silicon Root of Trust, the new PowerEdge servers are secure throughout their lifecycle, from manufacturing, deployment and management.

In terms of the hardware, PowerEdge serve have a uniquely designed chassis that feature ducted fans and adaptive cooling for more efficient power consumption that improves energy efficiency by up to 60 percent over previous server generation. Coupled with multi-vector cooling, PowerEdge automatically directs airflow to the hottest part of the server for optimized cooling.

 
 
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