Dell EMC, part of Dell Technologies on Tuesday unveiled its latest server portfolio to attract businesses of all sizes and nurture their IT initiatives.
The new generation of PowerEdge 14th-generation servers is known as the “modern data center” where even small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can easily go.
“For SMEs, in fact, the requirements are not very different from large companies. The only difference is that they do not have the scale or base of the larger companies, “said Allan Divinagracia, director of business development for Dell EMC, at a press conference in Taguig City.
He pointed out that small businesses must ensure that their systems or services while achieving business growth.
“The generation of 14 we designed in such a way is scalable by default. Therefore, regardless of their size, they can start with it. They will have the flexibility to develop and support more workload, “he said.
Generation servers 14 PowerEdge R640 models include, R740, R740XD, R940 and C6420.
Dell PowerEdge Enterprise Server Scalable Architecture EMC enables customers to efficiently respond to changing business needs with enhanced performance capabilities for traditional, native and virtualized workloads in a data center defined by the software.
Dell said its intelligent automation accelerates administration up to four times with the built-in Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC9), which provides features that help users deploy, update, monitor, and maintain the server . It has 30 percent fewer steps to configure with QuickSync 22-based mobile management.
Integrated product security capabilities also offer an online architecture and a secure supply chain for end-to-end protection.
“We have our teams here and talk to different organizations and even private associations,” Divinagracia said when asked if Dell plans to work in partnership with the government.
“There are ongoing discussions between our team and the government in general on how we can help transform,” he added.