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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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Support For Intel Optane And Nvidia Quadro RTX GPUs

With the launch of new platforms, VxRail can now support even more power-demanding applications, such as in-memory databases like SAP HANA and artificial intelligence and machine learning applications.

The new VxRail now supports Intel Optane Persistent Memory which maintains data integrity even when power is lost. Intel Optane persistent memory delivers a combination of large capacity and support for data persistence. It helps businesses fuel innovation with increased capacity and memory modes, maximizing VM densities, and enhanced memory security with automatic hardware-level encryption. The addition makes it the first fully integrated VMware HCI system to support the full range of Intel Optane technologies for the data center including Persistent Memory, Intel Xeon processors and Intel Optain SSDs.

Additionally, the new VxRail supports Nvidia Quadro RTX GPUs, which combined with Nvidia’s virtual GPU software, enables accelerated rendering, advanced graphics, compute and artificial intelligence to the data center for a wide variety of workloads. With Quadro RTX and NVIDIA vGPU software, customers can deploy VxRail to increase productivity and data centers efficiency.



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