Dell Technologies has unveiled their new Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio. With Dell Technologies’ new servers, the vendor is creating a way towards autonomous infrastructure to deliver higher IT efficiency. Its other motto is to support AI and fulfil the demands of IT in a single go.
Dell technologies’ new PowerEdge server portfolio would offer the power required to act on real time insights from data irrespective of its location, i.e., edge locations and core data centers to public clouds.
The new Dell servers would deliver ultra-high performance, supported by 1100 Dell-owned or filed US patents. President and General Manager of Infrastructure Solutions Group Dell Technologies, Jeff Boudreau, said that data is developed and utilized in various places and companies are supposed to act on it quickly. He further said that at Dell Technologies, they are innovating for the future of advanced automation and IT and they don’t consider the infrastructure too. He concluded by saying that Dell’s brand new PowerEdge Servers deliver a top-notch performance to help the customers in boosting data insights and options for autonomous compute.
When it comes to autonomous compute, it helps customers in maintaining self-provisioned, self-managed, and self-deployed infrastructure in the future. With the help of Dell EMC OpenManage Enterprise, PowerEdge systems and servers can save time up to 85% efficiently and remove more than a dozen steps with automation. PowerEdge servers offer the compute power required to handle highly critical applications and workloads by optimizing the latest technologies from Intel and AMD.
Let’s have a look at the different PowerEdge servers introduced by Dell to handle the workload.
PowerEdge R6515: This one comes with an AMD EPYC 3rd generation chipset, which hikes data processing capabilities up to 60% in big data Hadoop databases. It also speeds up the time for insights.
PowerEdge R750: This server runs on the Intel Xeon scalable processor and can offer up to 43% better performance while solving extraordinarily long and parallel linear equations. The server can easily handle heavy computational workloads.
PowerEdge XE8545: This server can be said to be the real deal for all sorts of AI workloads. It powers the latest HPC Ready Solution and Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). This eventually makes it simple to run analytics, AI, and advanced computing workloads on a single system. Talking about its power, it runs on a combination of 128 cores of 3rd generation AMC EPYC chipsets, 4U rack server, four NVIDIA A100 GPUs, and NVIDIA’s vGPU software in a dual-socket.
PowerEdge R750xa: This server by Dell is customized to accelerate the performance and deliver GPU dense performance simultaneously for the purpose of machine learning training, inferencing, and AI with support for the NVIDIA AI Enterprise suite. The NVIDIA Enterprise software suite is only available for VMware vSphere 7 Update 2. The dual socket, 2U server runs on the Intel Xeon 3rd generation chipsets and extends support up to four double wide GPUs and six single wide GPUs.
Via the Dell Tech Cloud Console, all customers can subscribe and configure the compute instances in hybrid or private cloud environments to modify the infrastructure capabilities that can match their workloads. On a concluding note, one should know that the new PowerEdge servers by Dell are available with Flex On Demand that will let the customers adopt the technology based on their requirements and payments.