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14th Generation Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers: Bedrock of the Modern Data Center

A bedrock is defined as a solid rock that lies beneath the soil and other loose substances on the Earth’s surface. In some cases, it can be comparable to the solid foundation of a high rise building or the base of a pyramid framework. And in the IT world, it can be data centers. What these examples have in common is that they all sit at the core.

In today’s economy, where most industries are adopting digital technologies to make transactions fluid and processes agile, the demand for solid servers to fuel data centers has increased exponentially. A company ahead of the curve, Dell EMCs next generation PowerEdge servers are designed to help SMEs and large businesses’ in their digital transformation journey.

The 14th generation Dell EMC PowerEdge server line offers a scalable, automated, and secure compute platform for traditional and cloud-native applications with its many built-in capabilities. With its scalable business architecture, intelligent automation, and integrated security, this server portfolio enables customers to push innovation further, faster.

The new Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio are highly optimized for non-volatile memory express (NVMe). This enables customers accelerate deployment of software-defined data storage and hyper-converged infrastructure stacks with accelerated database performance, faster and seamless live migration of virtual machines, and faster storage performance.

When it comes to automation, Dell EMC PowerEdge servers do it intelligently. Equipped with OpenManage Enterprise, it features a powerful RESTful API, offering tools for automating deployment, updates, monitoring, and maintenance. The new, more powerful OpenManage Enterprise management console offers users easy server lifecycle management and up to 90 percent faster PowerEdge server issue resolution.

Security-wise, the new PowerEdge servers ship with safety features built-in with no extra licensing fees. In the event of issues and system breakdowns (which is highly unlikely), Dell EMC has a reliable customer support and service available for consultation, round the clock. The servers come with a robust cyber-resilient architecture, enabling customers to protect, detect, recover, and retire PowerEdge servers via cryptographically trusted booting, system Lockdown, and system Erase.

Dell EMC is also bringing Intel Xeon Scalable processors to Dell EMC PowerEdge14th generation servers. This partnership brings to the servers 27 percent more CPU cores and 50 percent more memory bandwidth, accelerating performance of business critical applications and workloads.

Additionally, Dell EMC’s most advanced line-up of PowerEdge servers includes rack and blade form factors.

Dell’s EMC PowerEdge R940, R740, R740xd, R640, and C6420 are now available worldwide. PowerEdge FC640 and M640 roll out later in 2017. Meanwhile, Dell EMC solutions based on new PowerEdge servers will become available worldwide throughout the second half of 2017.

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