Dell Technologies Announces Expansion of Dell PowerEdge Server Portfolio

Dell Technologies Announces Expansion of Dell PowerEdge Server Portfolio
Dell Technologies Announces Expansion of Dell PowerEdge Server Portfolio

Designed with versatility in mind, these new Dell PowerEdge servers offer configurations that will simplify operations for businesses, including cloud service providers, small businesses, and organizations that operate at the edge. With the performance optimization of the new servers, customers have the computing power to handle a wide range of workloads.

The new Dell PowerEdge R670 CSP Edition and R770 CSP Edition servers offer cloud service providers performance for high-performance computing, including high-density and scalable cloud workloads such as virtualization and data analytics. Additionally, through the Dell Early Access program, customers can evaluate these new server designs to increase productivity from day one of availability.

Incorporating “Smart Cooling” technology, these servers are energy efficient and intelligently adapt to changing environments. The compact chassis with front-end I/O for cold aisle serviceability and versatile configurations simplify deployment and maintenance of these servers, optimal solutions for specialized data centers.

With the early release of the Intel® Xeon® 6 Efficient Core processor, customers will benefit from up to 2.3 times higher performance per rack than the previous generation. These servers are equipped with Dell Open Server Manager based on OpenBMCTM to simplify management in an open ecosystem for large, heterogeneous environments.

These new CSP Edition servers mark the debut of the Datacenter – Modular Hardware System (DC-MHS) architecture in the Dell PowerEdge portfolio. This DC-MHS specification facilitates the integration of servers into existing infrastructure by standardizing servers, optimizing design and customer choice. Part of the Open Compute Project, DC-MHS is a collaboration between six companies, including Dell Technologies and Intel, focused on reshaping technology to make data center, edge, and enterprise infrastructures more interoperable themselves.

“Intel is pleased that Dell Technologies is leading innovation on the latest generation of Intel® Xeon® 6 processors, enabling customers across industries to quickly deliver on the promise of high-performance computing for AI-powered data centers of the future,” said Ryan Tabrah, Vice President & General Manager of Intel® Xeon® Efficient-core Products, Intel Corporation.

The Dell PowerEdge T160 and R260 servers bring compact computing to small businesses and remote workers looking for powerful, dense configurations. With almost half the physical footprint (42%), the T160 stackable server offers a reduced carbon footprint thanks to the increased use of sustainable materials, including an unpainted metal chassis. The server is up to 23% more energy efficient than the previous generation.[2] The R260 also offers a reduced physical footprint (24%), which increases its versatility.

Both servers are equipped with Intel® Xeon® E-2400 processors with twice the performance of the previous generation.[3] The T160 is ideal for businesses looking to process real-time data in near-edge facilities. The R260 is ideal for edge virtualization deployment, minimizing latency by up to 50%.[4] For those working in harsh environments, the T160 and R260 feature front panels with filters that protect internal hardware from dust and grease particles, ensuring unobstructed airflow for better performance and better acoustics.

“Technology that maximizes energy efficiency and infrastructure density without compromising performance is essential for sustainable operations in modern data centers,” said Kuba Stolarski, research vice president, IDC Enterprise Infrastructure Practice. “The Dell portfolio provides businesses of all sizes with innovative server solutions to achieve their sustainability goals, while simplifying management and optimizing performance. »


• Dell PowerEdge R670 CSP Edition and R770 CSP Edition models will be available globally to qualified cloud service providers in July 2024. General availability will follow soon.

• Dell PowerEdge T160 server will be available globally in May.

• Dell PowerEdge R260 model will be available globally in May.



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