Moving to a high-density server infrastructure can help businesses maximize data center space and save money, says a new report from Principled Technologies (PT).
PT noted that increasing server density can help reduce management overhead; lower infrastructure, operating, and software licensing costs; save space; and enable portability for remote offices.
For companies interested in increasing density, PT highlights the Dell PowerEdge M and R series servers. The PT paper, available at facts.pt/1m30C0j, is a summary of a longer 2013 report, which you can read at facts.pt/16lioDT.
PT is a provider of technology marketing and learning & development services, located in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Principled Technologies provides technology assessment and fact-based marketing services to companies that produce technology products and firms that use those products. The company has been producing reports about a variety of well-known brands including Acer, Cisco, EMC, Citrix, Microsoft, Oracle and Dell.