Five Reasons why new Dell EMC PowerEdge servers are unmatched for modern and emerging workloads

  1. Performance that can’t be beat

Industry-leading 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors are designed with cloud and HPC applications in
mind, including:

Increased Density
Highest core count means more
computing power and/or virtual
Increased Memory Capacity
Highest DRAM capacity1 means
more in-memory processing and
expedited time to results
Increased I/O
Highest I/O capacity for GPU
acceleration with the highestspeed
interconnect in the
industry enables impressive
ROI on GPU investment, faster
calculations, accelerated

The high-performance processor subsystem of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with 2nd Gen AMD
EPYC processors:
• Reduces latency and delivers faster response times
• Enables faster data access, faster transfer speeds for storage workloads, and faster connectivity for
networking and storage workloads
• Frees up valuable IT resources to focus on profit-driving activities like DevOps or HPC applications
• Fully deploys capabilities of the processor for integrated end-to-end security

     2. Five powerful additions to the Dell EMC PowerEdge lineup

The portfolio of new Dell EMC servers delivers a perfect balance of leading-edge performance and TCO:

New Dell EMC PowerEdge servers are fully optimized for 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors to outperform the competition, with one- and two-socket servers that include:
• Up to 240W thermal design power (TDP)
• PCIe Gen4 for 2X PCIe speed
• Support for 24GT/s peripheral I/O (when available)

     3. Low TCO that doesn’t sacrifice performance

Powerful 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors reduce the number of servers required to run traditional applications, lowering power-consumption and licensing costs while increasing support for VMs
per 1U.
• AMD EPYC processors double the number of cores within the same space and power envelope
• One-socket 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processor-powered servers outperform many two-socket servers, transforming datacenter economics and significantly reducing the TCO
• A three-node cluster of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors delivers $269,000 in savings versus competitive offerings

Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers
The world’s number one server and bedrock of the modern data center.
Scalable Business Architecture
Maximize performance across the widest range of applications with highly scalable architectures and flexible internal storage
Intelligent Automation
Automate the entire server lifecycle from deployment to retirement with embedded intelligence that dramatically increases your productivity
Integrated Security
Protect your customers and your business with a deep layer of defense built into the hardware and firmware of every server

     4. Simplified management, one comprehensive view

Built into every Dell EMC PowerEdge server, OpenManage Enterprise and the iDRAC enable
users to easily manage servers, OS, and hypervisors from a single screen, anywhere in the cloud, significantly reducing deployment and update times for new levels of:

Simplicity Efficiency Availability Support
Intuitive and easy-to-use tools that drive out complexity of infrastructure management Accelerating infrastructure management while providing Infrastructure as Code (IaC) support
for orchestration
Creating “always on” environments that are highly resilient ProSupport Enterprise Suite aligns with the criticality of your systems, complexity of your environment and how you allocate your IT resources

    5. End-to-end security you can trust

Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers incorporate advanced security features designed to help organizations take control while minimizing risks to critical assets.

Secure root of trust technology Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) Secure Memory Encryption (SME) Secure data at rest
Monitors whether the initial BIOS software is booted without corruption Helps protect confidentiality by encrypting each virtual machine with a unique key that is known only to the processor Makes it possible to encrypt the contents of main memory with only a change in BIOS settings Dell EMC OpenManage Secure Enterprise Key Manager and AMD Secure Memory Encryption help to maintain encryption across the enterprise






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