Dell announced a portfolio of blade, rack and tower Power Edge servers optimized for use in demanding enterprise environments.
As the only one of the top five server vendors to grow server revenues in Q4 2011, Dell continues to innovate to deliver features that are industry firsts and make the Power Edge 12thgeneration servers the company’s highest performing, most manageable servers ever.
With this new server series, customers ranging from small businesses to hyper-scale data centers can help maximize efficiency by streamlining and automating operations help achieve better business application performance and business continuity.
“Dell designed the new Power Edge servers with input gathered from more than 7,700 customer interactions in 17 countries across four continents,” said Sonia Bashir Kabir, country manager, Dell Bangladesh at the 12G Launch held on May 29th in Ruposhi Bangla Hotel.“These servers will replace technology that was previously overpriced, complex and underutilized, and give customers the power to do more while saving time, money and resources. Another important thing to highlight specifically for Bangladesh is that these servers can run at much higher ambient temperatures, saving tremendous operational costs.
Dell debuts 16 new blade, rack and tower servers optimized for mission-critical applications ranging from collaboration to high-performance computing. The second generation of lifecycle automation defines industry standards with streamlined systems management and improved efficiency. New energy efficiency, a scalable storage, networking and security feature in Dell’s most innovative servers ever helps customers deliver business results faster.
The next-generation Power Edge servers, along with systems management and workload solutions, are designed to deliver performance and management gains to effectively power the most demanding applications, including collaboration, IT and web infrastructure, high performance computing, decision support and business processing.
Dell updated the industry’s first embedded systems management tools, the Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller 6(iDRAC6) with Lifecycle Controller 1.0, which shipped in more than 3.5 million 11th Generation PowerEdge servers since its introduction in 2009, according to IDC.Now the second generation, iDRAC7 with Lifecycle Controller 2.0, enables customers to uniformly manage the deployment, updating, monitoring and maintenance of the server lifecycle.
Dell also announced Open Manage Essentials, a new management console, which monitors the health of Dell servers, storage and switches. By interfacing with the Dell KACE K1000 Management Appliance, Open Manage Essentials sends user-defined server, storage and network health status alerts to the K1000 service desk.
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