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Dell Launches 5 New PowerEdge Servers With Intel For SMBs

Here’s what you need to know about Dell Technologies’ five new PowerEdge rack and tower servers with Intel processors launched today.

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5 New Dell Servers Targeting SMBs, Edge Computing  

After selling well over 500,000 servers last quarter, Dell Technologies is launching five new PowerEdge servers today targeting small-and-medium businesses (SMBs) and edge computing use cases.

All of the new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers are built with Intel’s Xeon or Pentium processors along with Dell’s OpenManage solutions that deliver automation and intelligent infrastructure management.

David Schmidt, senior director of server product management at Dell Technologies, said the launch of the new servers comes as data and compute are no longer limited to the data center.

“Extending capabilities beyond the walls of a traditional data center allows organizations to capture information where it’s immediately relevant and gain insights to improve customer and employee experiences,” said Schmidt in a statement. “The new PowerEdge entry-level rack and tower servers are designed for small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as enterprises, to process information securely with less latency.”

The new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers can be consumed as-a-service through Dell Technologies’ consumption-based APEX Flex on Demand program.

CRN breaks down the specs and the ideal use cases for each of Dell’s five new PowerEdge servers with Intel processors that were launched today.

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