The PowerEdge Enterprise Server You Didn’t Know We Had
Have you ever been on one of those duck tours through cities like Boston where you travel on land and in the water seeing the sights? Are you riding in a boat, or in a truck? That’s essentially the question we face with the new PowerEdge T640 server. True, it’s in the T-series family which represents our tower servers. But it’s too powerful to only sit under a desk. So… is it a rack server, or a tower server?
The PowerEdge T640 can power enterprise workloads in a data center. It offers powerful memory, massive storage, and advanced processing power. And you can put four 300W GPUs in it. Plus it has the systems management toolkit and industry-leading security that users expect from a PowerEdge server.
Whether you’re an AI-focused startup, a burgeoning scientific research company, a mid-sized educational institution undergoing an IT transformation, or a large insurance institution, the T640 can address almost any workload. Or multiple workloads at once. It can address data-heavy workloads. It can power demanding workloads. It can run critical business applications like CRM, ERP and VDI.
The T640 is capable of all this because it has the new Intel Xeon Scalable processors which have 27% more cores than the previous generation. It also has the most advanced DDR4 memory. And it comes with dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports. With three more u than your typical two-processor rack server, the T640 offers significantly more storage space to address your data-heavy workloads.
Read the entire article here, The PowerEdge Enterprise Server You Didn’t Know We Had
via the fine folks at Dell