Dell announced performance and capability updates to its PowerEdge 13th generation four-socket server portfolio.
The four-socket server portfolio is engineered to provide customers with platform choice to support their data center density, scalability, manageability and flexibility needs.
In addition to the PowerEdge R930 and R830 rack servers, Dell also updated its PowerEdge FX2 and PowerEdge M1000e converged platforms with the PowerEdge FC830 and the PowerEdge M830 blade servers featuring the Intel Xeon processor E5-4600 v4 family.
The PowerEdge FC830 is a full-width, four-socket compute node for the PowerEdge FX architecture that helps organizations quickly configure complete workloads using modular building blocks of IT resources.
Dell claimed this converged platform will provide twice the four-socket density of any solution in the industry.
The PowerEdge M830 blade server is a four-socket blade server that offers maximized data-center consolidation delivering vast amounts of compute.
Manish Gupta, Director and General Manager, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell India, said: “Dell’s updated 13th generation PowerEdge R930 has the capabilities to address the workloads of not just today but also workloads that will emerge due to new trends in the future.”
“These servers are designed completely basis on customer feedback and our knowledge of understanding where the future of IT is headed,” he added.