Dell announced on Monday it is offering three new PowerEdge servers and made improvements to its existing line of PowerEdge servers.
The Dell PowerEdge R900 is a four-socket 4U server that features the latest Intel Xeon quad-core processors. The energy-efficient solution also offers standards-based power monitoring capabilities, strengthened security with the new trusted platform module and enhanced systems management through Dell OpenManage 5.3.
The company also unveiled the PowerEdge R200, a rack-dense server designed to meet network infrastructure computing needs. The third new server is the PowerEdge T105, an entry-level one-socket tower model designed for small businesses.
Dell also announced it updated its PowerEdge 1950, 2950 and 2900 servers, which now includes increased processor capability and improved performance using new Intel Xeon 5400 series processors, optimized energy consumption leveraging standards-based power monitoring capabilities, support for PMBus, iSCSI boot and 10GB Ethernet and many additional security features to permit easier protection of critical information.
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