Enhanced compute with 4th Generation AMD EPYC processors supports more applications in less space and helps manage power consumption
ROUND ROCK, Texas, Nov. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ —
- Dell PowerEdge servers with 4th generation AMD EPYC™ processors can more than double performance of previous systems1
- Increased power efficiency designed to support more sustainable data centers with advanced cooling technology to help reduce power consumption
- Built-in cybersecurity operations helps protect customers’ sensitive data
Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) announces the next generation of Dell PowerEdge servers with 4th Generation AMD EPYC processors. With their highest application performance to date, these new systems are designed to help customers more effectively power today’s demanding, compute-centric workloads such as data analytics.
Designed for efficiency and security in mind, the new PowerEdge Servers are equipped with Dell’s Smart Cooling technology to help reduce CO2 emissions and a built-in cyber resilient architecture to help reinforce customers’ security efforts.
“Customers demand uncompromised compute performance delivered in the most sustainable manner possible. Our latest PowerEdge servers are purpose built-to meet the needs of today’s demanding workloads with efficiency and resiliency,” said Rajesh Pohanivice president of portfolio and product management for PowerEdge, HPC and Core Compute at Dell Technologies. “With up to double the performance of the previous generation, combined with the latest in power and cooling innovations, these servers are designed to meet the growing demands of our customers.”
More performance and storage options for the data center of the future
The next generation of Dell PowerEdge servers with 4th generation AMD EPYC processors provides performance and storage advancements while integrating into existing customer environments. The servers are well-suited for organizations with advanced workloads such as data analytics, AI, high performance computing (HPC) and virtualization.
Available in one- and two-socket configurations, with support for as much as 50% more processor cores compared to the previous generation, the latest systems offer the highest performance to date for AMD-powered PowerEdge servers.1 Customers can expect up to a 121% performance improvement, up to 33% more front drive count for 2U servers and up to 60% higher front drive count for 1U servers.2
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