Dell Announces PowerEdge Four-Socket Servers

Posted by News Room On Monday, July 4, 2016 0 comments
Dell announced performance and capability updates to its PowerEdge 13th generation four-socket server portfolio, engineered for enterprise customers with large scale server deployments to solutions requirements for remote and branch offices. Designed to optimize performance for big data and real-time analytics and dense virtualization deployments the updated PowerEdge servers enable the flexibility, scalability and manageability of customers’ demand for the future-ready enterprise.
 “While looking for a suitable infrastructure partner for ERP solutions on SAP HANA, we decided to engage with Dell to understand their offerings as a market leader in the space. We were impressed by the flexibility and ease of deployment of Dell’s server, storage and networking architecture. Our requirement was holistic – we needed a compact, flexible & scalable SAP Infrastructure coupled with a solution provider known for ‘Service Excellence’.  We chose Dell as our preferred infrastructure partner and we are confident that we made the right decision.” – Milan Khurana, CHRO, Prestige Constructions
 “Enterprises have been dealing with changing waves of technology. Be it BYOD, Analytics, Big Data or the Cloud. In short, the lines of business have been re-drawn and that means enterprises need to be constantly ahead of the IT infrastructure curve when it comes to delivering the best experience and service for their customers, regardless of where they are,” said Manish Gupta, Director & General Manager, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell India. “Dell’s updated 13th generation PowerEdge R930 has the capabilities to address the workloads of not just today but also workloads that will emerge due to new trends in the future. These servers are designed completely basis on customer feedback and our knowledge of understanding where the future of IT is headed. Customers can take advantage of its immense capabilities to handle all kinds of workloads.”


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