It’s an exciting day today as, after much anticipation, we are finally able to announce our latest lineup of Dell PowerEdge Servers. This is the 13th generation of servers for Dell, and the platforms include some impressive features and capabilities in the areas of application performance, workloads optimization, and simplified and automated systems management.
Our excitement is reflected in the number of materials we’ve created for you to learn more about 13G. Here’s a few links to get started:
Ravi Pendekanti kicked everything off a couple weeks ago with a sneak peek into 13G, and some commentary on what we’ve learned from conversations with customers and a global survey.
Forrest Norrod introduces the lineup today with a post focused on the challenges IT managers are faced with, and how we are partnering through innovation with Intel to address those challenges.
Brian Payne digs deeper into the heart of the servers, explaining how we designed these systems to give customers the best possible applications performance for whatever workloads they are running.
Kevin Noreen highlights just a few of the systems management goodies that makes managing these servers more efficient than ever – freeing up precious IT time for more important tasks.
Nicolas Cuendet from Cloud Client-Computing has some impressive stats on VDI testing of the PowerEdge R730.
Storage has a story to tell with this post from Judy Benson, detailing the new Dell Storage MD JBOD series designed specifically for PowerEdge.
Shaun Walsh at Emulex chimed in with a guest post on how their 10Gb Ethernet adapters, together with 13th generation PowerEdge servers, enable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
Executives from Dell and Intel, and Matt Eastwood from IDC, share their insights on the Dell/Intel partnership, highlights of the 13th generation of PowerEdge, and planning for the future of the data center
The infographic below is the result of a global survey of IT decision makers (the rest of the survey can be found here). Look for additional content to be added as we move towards Dell World.
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