Dell PowerEdge Servers Offer Unique Features

By Paul Mah | Posted March 09, 2012

Our man in Singapore, Paul Mah, was on hand when Dell announced its latest series of PowerEdge servers. He gives us a look at what small businesses can expect in terms of server features and capabilities -- from cooling and performance to energy consumption and system management. Several features even caught his attention as unique. Check out his assessment over on our sister site, ITBE.


Our man in Singapore, Paul Mah, was on hand when Dell announced its latest series of PowerEdge servers. He gives us a look at what small businesses can expect in terms of server features and capabilities -- from cooling and performance to energy consumption and system management. Several features even caught his attention as unique. Check out his assessment over on our sister site, ITBE.

I attended the regional launch of the new PowerEdge servers at Dell Singapore yesterday, where Dell executives were present to talk about the company's latest generation of server hardware. The new portfolio of servers makes use of the Intel Xeon processor E5 product family and is the 12th generation of PowerEdge servers.

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