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Dell-VMware’s New AMD EPYC-Based VxRail: 5 Things To Know

‘Being able to provide the AMD EPYC processors for the E-Series in a very small footprint with some of the performance capabilities from AMD … allows you to have [VxRail] at the edge in a small form factor but use it for things like database, VDI and unstructured data workloads,’ says Dell Technologies’ Shannon Champion.

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The New VxRail E Series

For the first time ever on VxRail, 2nd generation AMD EPYC processors are now available on the new E-Series. The new VxRail series has up to 64 high performance cores and support for PCIe 4 that can be deployed both inside data centers or at the edge. The 1U systems are coupled with a high-efficiency power supply that is ideal for customers that need high-performance computing power in a single socket platform for space constrained data centers and edge environments.

Dell’s new VxRail E665 system is available in NVMe, all-flash or hybrid storage configurations. The VxRail E665 is tailor-made for database, unstructured data, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads.

“Customers are looking for ways to do more with less and part of the way to do that is to cut down on their VMware licensing costs or their server licensing costs, and being able to get denser processors into these systems that keep the same performance is a great way to do that and a great way for us as a partner to add-value to a customer,” said VirtuIT’s Lee.

The VxRail E-Series with 2nd generation AMD EPYC processors are now generally available on a globe basis, effective June 23.

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