Underpinning some of the joint solutions architecture with ISS and the core elements of the Dell Technologies portfolio, these solutions are designed to allow customers to grow and thrive in a multicloud world and address digital transformation within their organization.
Servers are the bedrock of the modern software-defined data center and the key to building a flexible, efficient, and cloud-enabled infrastructure. Dell PowerEdge servers deliver a worry-free compute platform that is secure and scalable, with no compromises.
Dell PowerEdge servers provide a scalable business architecture, intelligent automation, and integrated security for your workloads from traditional applications and virtualization to cloud native workloads. PowerEdge servers also incorporate the embedded efficiencies of OpenManage systems management that enable IT professionals to focus more time on strategic business objectives and spend less time on routine IT tasks. With open standards-based x86 platforms, the PowerEdge portfolio of rack, tower and modular server infrastructure can help you quickly scale from the edge, to the data center, to the cloud, and back.
The Dell PowerEdge R750 is a full-featured enterprise server delivering outstanding performance for the most demanding workloads. It supports eight channels of memory per CPU, and up to 32 DDR4 DIMMs @ 3200 MT/s speeds. In addition, to address substantial throughput improvements the PowerEdge R750 supports PCIe Gen 4 and up to 24 NVMe drives with improved air-cooling features and optional Direct Liquid Cooling to support increasing power and thermal requirements. This makes the PowerEdge R750 an ideal server for data center standardization on a wide range of workloads including:
Dell EMC VxRail, a jointly engineered hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) system with VMware, is the easiest and fastest way to extend a VMware environment. Powered by VMware vSAN and managed through the VMware vCenter interface, VxRail provides a consistent operating experience. An HCI system includes, at a minimum, compute, software-defined storage, and virtualized networking and can run on commercial off-the-shelf servers. The underlying resources are abstracted and pooled together which allows them to be dynamically allocated to applications running in virtual machines (VMs) or containers.