Be Ready for Anything With Dell Technologies and Intel

The latest generation of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors will help you innovate, adapt and grow.

There are a lot of lessons to be learned from the past year. One that really stands out, however, is that organizations need to be ready for anything.

The global pandemic forced many to expedite digital transformation initiatives in order to support a sudden shift to remote work, and some were even required to change their entire business model to adapt.

If that wasn’t enough on its own, organizations today continue to feel the weight of ever-increasing volumes of data being generated. And more and more of that data is being generated outside of traditional data center or cloud.

All of these enormous demands on organizations’ IT require an agile, efficient and secure platform that can quickly respond to shifting requirements. At the same time, IT decision-makers and business professionals need to reduce complexity and costs, while ensuring a secure environment across their entire infrastructure—from the edge to the hybrid cloud.

By harnessing the power of adaptive compute, autonomous compute infrastructure and proactive resilience, Dell Technologies and Intel are giving you the flexibility to meet any challenge, derive data insights from any environment, free IT to focus on innovation, and better protect your business against cyber threats.

Today marks the next milestone in our long-standing partnership with Intel. The balanced architecture of the 3rd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, with built-in acceleration and advanced security capabilities, deliver a host of advanced technologies that power our portfolio. PowerEdge servers with Intel processors enable emerging capabilities like artificial intelligence (AI), predictive analytics and automation to drive business innovation.

Today, the PowerEdge server portfolio is designed to optimize the workload you want to run on it.

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Our new PowerEdge servers fueled by 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors are engineered for advanced and emerging workloads, as well as traditional workloads needing high performance, such as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and database analytics. In recent testing, the Dell EMC PowerEdge R750, with 3rd Generation Intel Scalable processors, delivered 43-percent better performance compared to the previous generation R740.¹

The powerful combination of Dell Technologies and Intel powerhouse gives you an IT foundation that can act as an innovation engine: ready to drive your business forward at top speed today and shift gears quickly when market forces demand.

And if you need even more agility, payment solutions for PowerEdge servers include Flex on Demand, a pay-per-use consumption model that enables customers to scale capacity up or down, with payments that rise and fall accordingly. This gives customers immediate access to buffer capacity as needed, while only paying for the technology they use.

To learn more about how Dell EMC PowerEdge servers powered by Intel’s 3rd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors can help you innovate, adapt and grow, please read the Innovation Engine point of view paper and visit the Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers page.

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¹ Based on Dell internal testing comparing max configuration benchmarks with max configuration R750 compared to max perf R740, March 2021.

Travis Vigil

About the Author: Travis Vigil

Travis Vigil is Senior Vice President leading Portfolio and Product Management for Dell’s Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG). He and his team are responsible for the Product, Offer and APEX (as-a-Service) Roadmap for Dell’s Server, Storage, Data Protection, CI/HCI, Networking, and Solutions portfolios. He has over 20 years of Product Management, Marketing and Business Operations experience with technology companies including Dell and Intel. In previous roles at Dell, he served as Senior Vice President for Storage & Data Protection Product Management, and Senior Vice President for Business Operations focused on Dell’s Server, Storage and Networking Business with commercial customers. He has a B.S. from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.