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This DfD describes our new Gen4 Data Center NVMe offerings, including a brief history of the technology, a performance data comparison to SAS and SATA, and their value proposition in the market today.
This two-page Tech Note explains the next generation of PowerEdge servers and how it brings a new Power Supply layout that allows for improved system cooling and helps enable support for Gen4 PCIe cards.
This 3 page tech note informs the reader how next generation PowerEdge servers underwent various eco-friendly design changes to further promote resource preservation and footprint reduction.
This 4-page tech note explores why Dell EMC believes the future of 5G mobile radio network support will likely transition from proprietary mobile network technology to an ecosystem of servers.
This 3-page tech note highlights one critical design variance between two similar servers that will position Dell to perform faster in heavy data transfer frequency workloads.
This 2-page tech note highlights the advantages customers receive when they populate their PowerEdge servers with agnostic SSD drives.
This 2-page tech note explores how SQL Server 2019 configured with Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory was able to execute more transactions than with NAND flash NVMe drives or SATA SSDs.
This 3-page tech note demonstrates how using SNAP I/O can increase bandwidth, reduce latency and optimize TCO through tests performed on a PowerEdge R740 rack server.
This 2-page tech note will educate readers of the four-channel optimized AMD EPYCTM CPU architecture, as well as the value proposition they bring when integrated into PowerEdge servers.
This 5-page tech note address how to efficiently share and utilize NVIDIA GPU resources across different teams and projects.
This 4-page tech note analyzes how a 1S Rome platform and a 2S Naples platform outputs equivalent T4 GPU performance, and how this is advantageous for PowerEdge users.
This 2-page tech note will outline how 3200 MT/s DIMMs were validated, which platforms are ready for integration, and what to expect when transitioning them into existing data center infrastructures.
This 2-page tech note showcases the 24 direct attached NVMe drive configuration of the R7525 AMD platform. The key advantages and flexibility are highlighted showing the wide usability of this platform.
This 3-page tech note compares PCIe Gen4 to PCIe Gen3. It describes the key advantages of PCIeGen4 and highlights the various Dell innovations that help make PCIe Gen4 work well in Dell platforms.
This 3 page tech note discusses some of the available NUMA optimizations for AMD Rome processors, and gives some recommendations of the settings for various workloads.
This 2-page tech note will highlight what SmartFabric technology is and how it granted users the agility required to manage and scale ESXi clusters effectively through automation.
This 2-page tech note shares the story of how Dell Technologies contributed to the OCP3.0 design and will explain how this design is superior to alternate adapter card form factors such as OCP2.0 and PCI.
This 3-page tech note defines how value SAS technology was created at SATA pricing parity and why it is the best alternative to SATA SSDs.
This 4-page tech note educates customers on four popular NVIDIA GPU models and how-to best pair them to PowerEdge servers based on the intended workload.
This 2-page tech note will explain why BOSS-S2 is a robust, redundant, low-cost solution for boot optimization.
This 5-page tech note presents results to show that AMD-processor based PowerEdge servers paired with various NVIDIA GPUs offer industry-leading inference performance capability and flexibility required to match the compute requirements for AI workloads.
This 4-page tech note focuses on the submission results in the open division/datacenter & open division/edge category for the server Dell EMC Power Edge R740xd with Xilinx FPGA.
This 3-page tech note will educate readers of the PowerEdge R940xa price per performance leadership, and why this is so important in today’s technical environment.
This 3-page tech note will analyze how various IO profiles scale when more than one Gen4 NVMe drive is loaded into a PowerEdge R7525.
This 4-page tech note will explain why the EDSFF family of form factors was designed, what the specific design of each form factor targets, and how EDSFF resolve challenges faced within the server industry.
This 2-page tech note will explain what the socket-to-socket Infinity Fabric interconnect is, how it functions and why it provides value to AMD PowerEdge servers.
This 3-page tech note will discuss the general improvements to the A100 GPU with the intention of educating customers on how they can best utilize the technology to accelerate their needs and goals.
This 3-page tech note focuses on the submission results in the closed division/datacenter category for the servers Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd and PowerEdge R640 with CPU only.
This 3-page tech note will discuss the performance metrics and general improvements to the MI100 GPU with the intention of educating customers on how they can best utilize the technology to accelerate their own needs and goals.
This paper educates readers about the initial intentions around the U.3 interface standard, how it proceeded to fall short upon development, and why server users may want to continue using U.2 SSDs for their server storage needs.
This 1-page DfD will explain what the 800 Series network adapters are, and how they provide premium networking performance to the datacenter.
This DfD will educate readers on how the Dell Technologies direct liquid cooling solution works, which PowerEdge servers support them, and why this solution is advantageous for data centers.
This brief DfD will highlight a few key improvements implemented on next-generation PowerEdge servers with 3rd Generation Intel and AMD processors.
This DfD explains what NVMe Hot-Plug is and how this feature allows NVMe SSDs to be added, removed, or replaced without the server having to be opened or turned off.
This DfD compares NVMe performance (IOPS, disk bandwidth and latency) of the PowerEdge R650 server with NVMe hardware RAID to the PowerEdge R640 server without NVMe hardware RAID.
This DfD will compare memory bandwidth readings observed on next-generation PowerEdge servers with Ice Lake CPU architecture against prior-generation PowerEdge servers with Cascade Lake CPU architecture.
This DfD will explain what changes were made to the thermal architecture of next-generation Intel and AMD PowerEdge servers, as well as the key benefits each change will bring to the end user.
This DfD will outline what the MVC 2.0 solution is, how its capabilities expand on the prior-generation, and why these new and improved features will benefit PowerEdge users.
This DfD will discuss the technology behind ISE, why it is the superior solution for erasing storage drives, and how Dell EMC PowerEdge servers support this feature.
This DfD will discuss various requirements set in place to ensure Dell EMC drives are high quality components that are fully compatible with Dell EMC product lines, and why choosing these drives will provide users the highest-quality solution for their server.
This 3-page tech note educates customers on four popular NVIDIA GPU models and how-to best pair them to PowerEdge servers based on the intended workload.
This DfD will discuss two PSU redundancy options, Full Redundancy and Fault Tolerant Redundancy, and explain when it may be advantageous for a user to adopt one of these solutions over the other.
This DfD will discuss our test study conducted for PMEM and DRAM performance comparison and explain what opportunities this creates for PowerEdge customers wanting to adopt persistent memory.
This DfD will list the top three networking utilities that customers should consider implementing to ensure their networking bandwidth and speeds are adequate for PowerEdge servers with 3rd generation Intel Xeon scalable processors.
This DfD describes a new feature to the PERC 11 family of controllers that provides users the limited ability to influence the ordering of devices within Linux operating systems.