Dell Breaks Virtualization Performance Records with PowerEdge Servers Based On New Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processors
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* Eight Dell PowerEdge blade, rack and tower servers now with 45nm Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors
* Up to 49% Java performance increase over previous PowerEdge systems with AMD
* Highest VMmark scores for two- and four-socket servers, blades1
Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) today introduced eight new tower, blade and rack-mount PowerEdge servers based on the new Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors. Leading the industry in virtualization performance, the new PowerEdge servers and blades can help customers reduce IT complexity and costs.
* The new Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors are now available in two- and four-socket Dell PowerEdge servers, including three blade servers (M905, M805, M605), four rack servers (R905, R805, 2970, SC1435) and one tower server (T605).
* The latest PowerEdge servers offer superior performance and value.
Improved Performance: Dell’s Dual HT link designs, which doubles the available bandwidth between two processors for an AMD estimated 12% performance improvement.
Better Power Efficiency: Increased performance while using about the same amount of power as previous server generations.
Investment Protection: Third generation PIN compatible for simple chip swap.
* PowerEdge servers and blades with new Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors lead the industry in virtualization performance.
PowerEdge R905 & R805 servers based on Quad-Core AMD Opteron processor hold no. 1 VMmark Scores for two- and four-socket systems2.
New systems offer flexibility AMD estimates will provide 25 percent faster VM -to-VM switch time and the ability to VMotion across servers using prior generations AMD Opteron processors.
Dell PowerEdge systems are optimized for customer-preferred virtualization solutions from key partners like Microsoft, VMware and Citrix.
* Dell PowerEdge M-series blades offer unbeatable power efficiency, performance for virtualization and a low total cost of ownership.
PowerEdge M905 uses up to 8 percent less power than comparable HP blades and up to 18 percent less power than comparable IBM blades3.
PowerEdge M905 achieved the No. 1 VMmark score for blades1.
* “Dell understands how to give you the most compute power for your IT dollar. So, we’ve designed the our AMD processor-based servers and blades to be powerful and virtualization-ready, but simple and affordable,” said Brad Anderson, senior vice president, Dell’s Business Product Group
* “AMD has worked hard to develop advanced virtualization capabilities as part of our new 45nm Quad-Core AMD OpteronTM processor,” said Patrick Patla, vice president and general manager, Server and Workstation division, AMD. “We’re glad that Dell has chosen to utilize our virtualization technology in new blade, rack and tower servers, leveraging unique-to-AMD features such as Rapid Virtualization Indexing (RVI) and AMD Extended Migration, to enable an extremely flexible IT environment that meets the needs of businesses of all sizes.”
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