Dell EMC has announced the availability of its new PowerEdge 14th generation servers.
Dell EMC PowerEdge R940, R740, R740xd, R640, and C6420 are now available worldwide, and the PowerEdge FC640 and M640 will be available later in 2017.
Dell EMC solutions based on new PowerEdge servers will be available worldwide throughout the second half of 2017.
The PowerEdge 14th generation server, which the subsidiary of Dell Technologies claims to be the world’s best-selling server, was previewed at Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas earlier in the year.
“The Dell EMC PowerEdge 14th generation servers improve upon the world’s best-selling server portfolio, designed to drive our customers’ IT transformations,” comments Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, president, Server Solutions Division at Dell EMC.
“Our modern infrastructure solutions are a game changer in today’s digital economy. With our cyber-resilient architecture and performance innovations, we will enable our customers to unleash their business potential.”
“There is an evolution in the role applications and the data center play in the organization of today,” explains Pang Yee Beng, senior vice president, APJ, Compute & Networking, Dell EMC.
“The demands on today’s data center have changed – it has to deliver a modern infrastructure that can adapt and scale with business needs and ultimately enable faster IT transformation.”
“The Dell EMC PowerEdge 14th Generation servers effectively modernize the core of the data center to meet these demands.”
In a recent ESG 2017 IT Transformation Maturity Curve study commissioned by Dell EMC, organizations furthest along in their IT transformation initiatives are seven times more likely to view IT as a competitive differentiator.
To achieve this, Dell EMC says the priority for many IT transformation initiatives is a modern infrastructure that can securely deliver improved efficiencies while driving innovation that enables new business models.
The new Dell EMC PowerEdge 14th generation server portfolio aims to address these needs by offering scalable business architecture, intelligent automation and integrated security.
Built for traditional, virtualized and cloud-native workloads in a software-defined data center, the server’s scalable business architecture aims to help customers meet their changing business needs and IT transformation goals.
According to Dell EMC, the new PowerEdge server portfolio, highly optimized for non-volatile memory express (NVMe), aims to help customers accelerate deployment of software-defined data storage and hyper-converged infrastructure stacks with:
Dell EMC believes that security is integral to compute and should not require extra licensing fees.
The multinational company claims their new server offers robust cyber-resilient architecture that helps customers protect, detect, recover and retire PowerEdge servers via:
Dell EMC is bringing Intel Xeon Scalable processors to Dell EMC PowerEdge 14th generation servers.
With the PowerEdge 14th generation servers, Dell EMC claims customers can accelerate performance of business-critical applications and workloads.
Lisa Spelman, vice president and general manager of Intel Xeon Products and Data Center Marketing, says Intel Xeon Scalable processors are reflective of the monumental leap that data centers have taken in the past decade.
“With uncompromising security, and a modern, multi-cloud-ready infrastructure built on industry-leading technologies from Intel, Dell EMC PowerEdge servers enable customers to move their IT Transformation forward faster.”
Dell EMC’s latest line-up of PowerEdge servers includes rack and blade form factors.