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MySQL performance is enhanced with 3rd Generation Intel Xeon CPUs and PCIe 4.0 drive types. The performance characteristics and analysis found within this paper compare MX740c with PCIe 3.0 vs PowerEdge MX750c with PCIe 4.0 performance enhancements.
This three-page reference architecture incorporates GPUs to the PowerEdge MX infrastructure, utilizing the PowerEdge MX Scalable Fabric, Dell EMC DSS 8440 GPU Server, and Liqid Command Center Software.
This reference architecture addresses that most demanding applications can make use of PCIe acceleration. Liqid designed on Dell Technologies enables the rapid and dynamic provisioning of PCIe resources such as GPU, FPGA, or NVMe to MX7000 compute sleds.
This three-page tech note explains that the new MX7000 modular platform eliminates the midplane of traditional server architectures, and instead uses Direct Orthogonal Connectors for internal interconnection of compute, storage, and switch modules.
This document summarizes a MySQL application performance comparison between the Dell EMC PowerEdge MX750 (with PCIe 4.0 technology) and the MX740 (with PCIe 3.0 technology).
This 3-page tech note describes the innovative new security features that are built into the PowerEdge MX7000 for single and multi-chassis deployment.
This 3-page tech note outlines how Intel QuickAssist Technology (Intel QAT) on PowerEdge MX provides a software-enabled foundation for security, authentication, and compression, and increases the performance and efficiency of standard platform solutions.
This 4-page tech note provides comprehensive status information for LED behaviors on PowerEdge MX7000.
This 3-page tech note describes the new features of the MX7000 chassis management network, provides recommended network cabling diagrams, and shows the fault tolerant capabilities of the new network design in the new Dell EMC PowerEdge MX7000 chassis.
This 2-page tech note provides a detailed example showing how FX2 delivers 22% better TCO over a 4-year lifecycle compared to rack servers.
This 2-page tech note discusses quality of service (QoS) and the importance of network bandwidth prioritization.
This 3-page tech note explains that for the majority of MX7000 deployments, the acoustical experience meets customer expectations.
This 2-page tech note describes the MX7000 Acoustical Baffle, which brings temporary or permanent acoustical mitigation to noise-sensitive installations. Installation of the baffle can be performed quickly in the field, no tools required.
This 2-page tech note describes how the Software Defined Data Center is emerging as one of the leading architectural approaches for customers who wish to cut costs, increase agility and improve reliability without incurring vendor lock-in.
This 3-page tech note describes how the Multiple Airflow Architecture of the new MX7000 chassis enables enhanced energy efficiency, extends the lifecycle of the chassis, and delivers excellent investment protection.
This 2-page tech note explains that a broad range of workloads are now optimized for storage technologies, creating the need to provide customers with flexibility in the server infrastructure to meet these diverse needs.
2-page tech note describing the networking options offered for the PowerEdge MX-Series, enabling users to scale from a single chassis to many.