March 7, 2012

Dell 12G

Earlier today at Makati Shangri-La, Dell announced a portfolio of blade, rack and tower PowerEdge servers optimized for use in demanding enterprise environments. As the only one of the top five server vendors to grow server revenues in Q4 2011 with 9.7 percent year-over-year revenue growth, Dell continues to innovate to deliver features that are industry firsts and make the PowerEdge 12th generation servers the company’s highest performing, most manageable servers ever. With this new server series, customers ranging from small businesses to hyper-scale data centers can help maximize efficiency by streamlining and automating operations, help achieve better business application performance and business continuity.


Christopher Papa, Country Manager, Dell Philippines, said “Dell designed the new PowerEdge servers with input gathered from more than 7,700 customer interactions in 17 countries across four continents. Our customers told us that they need end-to-end solutions to handle the complex workload problems they face every day. As such, we built our new generation of servers, systems management and workload solutions to address the needs of business end users who require maximum performance to run mission-critical applications and IT departments which demand more efficient, secure and reliable operations.”



PowerEdge 12th Generation Server Portfolio includes, the new PowerEdge R820, R720, R720xd and R620 rack servers, the M620 blade server, the T620 tower server and C6220 based on a shared Dell infrastructure server built on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 product family are the foundation of a complete, flexible IT solution including Dell’s extensive portfolio of storage, networking and client components and professional IT services. The next-generation PowerEdge servers, along with systems management and workload solutions, are designed to deliver performance and management gains to effectively power the most demanding applications, including collaboration, IT and web infrastructure, high performance computing, decision support and business processing.


Why these 12th Generation Server worth buying? It maximizes efficiency, help improve productivity, maximize infrastructure efficiency, achieve more , ensures business continuity , and it take advantage of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family’s leadership performance and breakthrough I/O capabilities to offer optimized solutions for customers’ most important workloads.
Additional Information
New servers:
PowerEdge R720xd rack server, optimized for collaboration
PowerEdge R720 rack server for demanding workloads, with server fans that cool with less power than it takes to runs a nightlight
PowerEdge R620 rack server packing in up to 300% more SQL virtual machines per rack
PowerEdge T620 rackable tower server
PowerEdge M620 2-socket blade server for extreme density and power efficiency
PowerEdge C6220 with optimized performance-focused shared infrastructure
PowerEdge R820 rack server for dense virtualization and scalable database applications
Other news:
Dell introduces the industry’s first power supply unit to achieve the coveted Titanium certification for the highest level of energy efficiency
Dell unveils the industry’s first QR codes on servers for easy access to documentation optimized for mobile devices
Overview of Dell’s Enterprise Solutions that Help Customers Deliver Results Faster
About Dell
Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. For more information, visit www.dell.com.


2 comments:

  1. Bilis ah! Ako wala pa ni draft. Hihi.

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  2. yay! techie n tayu ah! :) DELL seemed to be a nice product ano? i havent tried DELL eversince, maybe because i cant afford to have one :P

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