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Powered by 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, Dell EMC PowerEdge C6420 server nodes handled 2X the operations per second of HPE ProLiant XL170r Gen9 nodes.
A PowerEdge MX solution with RM5 Series value SAS SSDs processed more simulated customer orders, responded in less time, and provided better per-system value than the same solution with enterprise SATA SSDs.
Tolly Certified Solutions (a 3rd party) white paper highlights Dell Technologies Cloud Validated Designs on PowerEdge MX going from loading dock to production environment within a single week.
This interview of Modular Server and Systems Management Product marketing by Zettabyte Content strive to enlighten customers on the design and implementation choices associated with the development of PowerEdge MX and its integration with VMware.
In this enthralling white paper, a 3rd party industry analyst Zettabyte Content lay down the facts of how organizations who are considering shifting to a cloud model as a core technology should consider doing so on PowerEdge MX.
In this Zettabyte Content a 3rd party industry analyst evaluates, comment, and explain how PowerEdge MX have developed Modular frameworks to help customers address VCF requirements.
This document outlines the reference architecture for two functional machine Learning (ML) retail use cases. It was developed on VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 with Tanzu built on Dell EMC PowerEdge MX7000 Kinetic Infrastructure.
This document explains how to add next-generation Dell EMC PowerEdge MX servers to your VMware Cloud Foundation infrastructure with ease.
Principled Technologies ran three workload tests simultaneously on a Dell EMC PowerEdge MX840c compute sled and individually on a legacy HPE solution: a VDI workload, an online transaction processing workload, and a virtual desktop infrastructure workload.
These new servers achieved up to 36.1 percent more OLTP database work than current-generation Dell EMC PowerEdge MX servers, while also lowering application response time.
Prowess testing showed significantly higher and more balanced performance running virtual machines with SQL Server databases on a Dell EMC PowerEdge C6520 server, compared to an older Dell EMC PowerEdge C6420 server.
For this testing, Prowess engineers used HammerDB on virtual machines (VMs) distributed across two Dell EMC PowerEdge C6420 and Dell EMC PowerEdge C6520 server clusters.