Dell today introduced five new blade, rack and tower PowerEdge servers
based on the new Intel Xeon 5500 Series processors. Dell designed its
11th generation of servers with input from IT professionals worldwide
to help companies do more with less by simplifying data center
operations, improving performance and, energy efficiency and lowering
total cost of ownership.
The PowerEdge T110 features a chassis that matches that of a PC. According to Dell, this model is developed based on feedback from customers, suitable for small businesses who buy their first server. This server gets a price tag of 629 euros and will be available starting September 30. This is a money machine delivered with a Xeon 3400 quad-core processor, an Intel 4320 chipset and up to 16GB memory.
The T110 is equipped with two PCI-e x8, one PCI-e x4 and one PCI-e x1 slots and can hold up to 4TB SATA hdd’s house. The maximum capacity using 10krpm sas-writing is 2.4 TB, and the capacity of the matching 15krpm drives shall not exceed 1.4 TB. The system is powered by a 305W psu-.
The PowerEdge R210, which is introduced simultaneously with the T110, is a rack server chassis design with a depth of 15.5 inches. This machine is designed for companies that their first rack server in house or get a dedicated application server for larger companies. This model has the same processor and chipset as the T110, but to do it with a pci-e x16 slot and a maximum storage capacity of 2TB SATA. The 210 also has, unlike the T110, do have the option 2.5 "disks to use, allowing even ssd’s can be easily assembled.
The new PowerEdge R510 also is a rack server, but in a 2U version. This version is available on October 16 and be up to two processors in the Xeon 5500 series host. In the eight DIMM slots up to 64GB memory can be pinned. The system offers up to four 3.5 "drives and also has eight hotswappable 2.5" / 3.5 "bays. The configuration with 4 hdd’s is equipped with a 480W power supply, while the system with eight hard discs by two-1100W redundant power supply the power.
The PowerEdge T310 is finally a tower with the same processor and chipset as the T110 and R210. This server can hold up to 32GB memory and has four 3.5 "bays for SAS or SATA drives for a maximum of 4TB of storage. Default, the T310 comes with a 375W power supply, although for a redundant 400W psu be chosen. The PowerEdge T310 is available from September 15.