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We get some hands-on time with two Dell EMC PowerEdge MX models to see what the company is doing with its next-generation blade platform. We came away seeing why this is the future and why we call it the WowerEdge.
We show the Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415 NVMe hot swap functionality in action. This is one of the first AMD EPYC 7001 series platforms to support the critical data center storage feature
Our Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415 review shows why this is the top 2U AMD EPYC single socket platform on the planet today. The PowerEdge R7415 sports an enormous capacity for high-speed networking, NVMe storage, memory capacity, cores counts, and just about every other aspect that makes a server good.
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
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
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 AMD just announced three new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers based on AMD EPYC processors and claim up to a 20% lower vSAN TCO
We test the conventional wisdom that 2U servers have lower power consumption than their 1U counterparts using a pair of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers
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