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Major OEMs Still Selling Discontinued Xeon M Parts

We investigate and find major OEMs such as Dell EMC and Lenovo are still offering Xeon L parts at higher prices after the Xeon M discontinuance

Dell Unleashes Its Expanded Edge Computing Portfolio

Dell unleashes its expanded edge computing portfolio to address data processing, storage, and analytics away from the central data center

Dell EMC 4GMN7 Broadcom 57404 25GbE NIC Review

Dell EMC 4GMN7 and Broadcom 57404 review shows how this dual 25GbE solution performs and its key features as part of our 25GbE NIC series

DTOD Launched Dell Technologies On Demand Consumption Model

The consumption-usage IT race is on. Dell Technologies On Demand is the company's platform for delivering IT in a pay-as-you-go model to its customers

Dell EMC PowerEdge T40 Tower Server First with Intel Xeon E-2200

Dell EMC PowerEdge T40 is a low-cost and low-power SMB and SOHO server that is the first server to utilize the Intel Xeon E-2200 series

Dell EMC PowerEdge AMD EPYC 7002 Servers Launched

Five new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers and Ready Solutions give Dell customers the ability to use today's highest performance AMD EPYC 7002 CPUs
TACC Frontera Supercomputer Dell EMC And Intel

TACC Frontera Launched as Fastest Academic Supercomputer

TACC Frontera which was #5 on the June 2019 Top500 list is now officially launched as fastest academic supercomputer powered by Intel, Dell EMC and others
Robert Hormuth Dell EMC 2019

Dell EMC Talks Deep Learning and AI Q3 2019

Robert Hormuth, CTO, VP/Fellow, Server & Infrastructure Systems at Dell EMC, talks deep learning and AI in Q3 2019 on STH

Dell EMC PowerSwitch S5212F-ON Half-width 25GbE and 100GbE Switch

The Dell EMC PowerSwitch S5212F-ON is the company's new half-width 25GbE and 100GbE switch for hyper-converged deployments and open networking

Toshiba RM5 Value SAS Adopted by Dell EMC

Toshiba Memory RM5 value SAS has been adopted by Dell EMC PowerEdge and potentially offering performance and price per GB advantages over SATA SSDs