Dell EMC announced an expansion of its 14th Generation PowerEdge server portfolio, with the addition of three AMD EYPC based processor variants.
These new AMD based servers, R7414, R7425 and R6415, deliver new capabilities to address the demanding workload requirements of today’s modern data centre, whilst these they offer highly scalable platforms with outstanding total cost of ownership (TCO).
These servers have up to 4TB memory capacity enhanced for database management system (DBMS) and analytics workload flexibility and are further optimized for the following environments:These new additions to the PowerEdge portfolio, offer workload flexibility and are further optimized for the following environments:
The three new AMD based PowerEdge servers are available for pricing and delivery today, via the Arrow Dell EMC team. More details and information is available via the team or on the spec sheet:R6415 Spec sheet R7415 Spec sheet R7425 Spec sheet
The best HCI is getting even better!! And the forecast is very bright! Analysts predict HCI solutions revenue will reach $4B by 2019, and HCI is the fastest infrastructure market segment year-on-year.
The #1 Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) vendor, Dell EMC, is now offering its latest PowerEdge 14th Generation server platform, for both the its industry leading appliances VxRail and XC.
Offering greater perform, scalability and flexibility than ever seen in its x86 portfolio, Dell EMC’s 14th Generation PowerEdge platform enables customers to boost their efficiency, increase business opportunity whilst leveraging the benefits of a software defined data centre platform.
Recognised by analysts, Dell EMC are positioned as the leaders in both Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) and x86 server units.
The enhanced Dell EMC HCI appliance portfolio offers customers significantly faster access to applications and data thanks to higher core counts, faster clock frequency, more memory channels, and faster memory resulting in up to 1.7x more processing power and up to 62% higher internal bandwidth.
VxRail based PowerEdge 14th generation servers offer more powerful and predictable performance across millions of flexible configuration options to meet any HCI use case and more demanding, mission-critical workloads in VMware environments.
Whilst XC Series on 14th Generation PowerEdge servers enables higher performance for workloads, faster networking speeds and new NVMe/SSD configurations.
Both VxRail and XC platforms, based on Dell EMC 14th Generation PowerEdge Servers are available for pricing and delivery today, via the Arrow Dell EMC team.
#1 claims based on: IDC WW Quarterly x86 Server Tracker, Q2 2017, September 2017.
For further information or assistance, please email the Dell EMC team at Arrow by clicking here