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Dell EMC PowerEdge R940xa Announced For GPU Accelerated Databases and Analytics

The Dell EMC PowerEdge R940xa is a 4 socket, 32x SSD, and 4x GPU or 8x FPGA system intended for high-end scale up GPU accelerated databases and analytics

Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 Launched 4 Socket 2U 24x NVMe

The new Dell EMC PowerEdge R840 is a 4-socket Intel Xeon Scalable platform that supports up to 24x NVMe drives and up to two GPUs or four FPGAs for databases and analytics

Dell EMC XtremIO X2 WAN Replication and Lower Priced Options

At Dell Technologies World, the company announced Dell EMC XtremIO X2 WAN replication and new entry-level options to drive down the cost of entry

Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd Review Unbridled Versatility

Our Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd review shows why this is the 2U platform if you want excellent management and serviceability with the newest features like Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs, 25GbE, SAS3, and NVMe storage.

Dell EMC and Fujitsu Bring Intel FPGAs to Mainstream Servers

Dell EMC and Fujitsu are bringing Intel FPGAs to mainstream servers including both PCIe add-in accelerators and Intel Xeon CPU with FPGA technology

AMD EPYC Powered Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers Are Here

Dell EMC and AMD just announced three new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers based on AMD EPYC processors and claim up to a 20% lower vSAN TCO

Testing Conventional Wisdom in 1U v 2U Power Consumption

We test the conventional wisdom that 2U servers have lower power consumption than their 1U counterparts using a pair of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers

Dell EMC PowerEdge R640 Review A Study in 1U Design Excellence

We test the Dell EMC PowerEdge R640 and show why it is a case study in the excellence of 1U dual socket mainstream server design

Dell EMC Takes Over Top Spot in Server Shipments

The post-merger data keeps rolling in and Dell EMC has now taken over the top spot in server shipments by both revenue and unit shipments

Dell EMC PowerEdge XR2 Rugged Server Released

The new Dell EMC PowerEdge XR2 rugged server is designed to run in your next black ops surveillance workloads in hostile conditions