Dell Comprehensive Solutions to Help Philippine Organizations of All Sizes



    Dell Philippines recently announced the newest solutions designed to address growing complexities faced by organizations of all sizes to prepare for the future growth of their businesses. Dell helps customers with infrastructures that can scale easily and adapt quickly now and into the future with new servers for small and medium sizes businesses, new high-end enterprise storage arrays and hyperconverged appliances, and new networking switches.


    Future-Ready PowerEdge Servers: The latest generation of entry-level servers These newest additions to Dell PowerEdge 13th generation servers help small and midsize businesses (SMBs) prepare for future growth. Offering large amounts of internal storage capacity, extensive configuration flexibility and an expandable memory footprint, the new entry-level PowerEdge servers feature up to four DDR4 memory slots and up to four or eight hard drives depending on the

  •  Dell PowerEdge R330 - A versatile rack server ideal for small businesses, remote offices of large institutions and OEM customers who are seeking enhanced hardware availability and serviceability. The PowerEdge R330 provides up to 56 percent more internal storage capacity than the previous generation server.
  •  Dell PowerEdge R230 – a powerful and efficient rack server excellent for distributed applications in SMBs, hosting companies and OEM customers. This server has 100 percent more memory capacity, three times the maximum internal storage capacity and two times the I/O expansion compared to the previous generation server. 
  •  Dell PowerEdge T330 – an expandable, rackable tower server for SMBs, departments and remote offices of large corporations that need greater internal storage. The PowerEdge T330 is designed for future growth, with up to four DDR4 memory slots and up to eight 3.5-
  •  Dell PowerEdge T130 - a powerful and reliable tower server for driving collaboration and productivity applications in small offices/home offices (SOHO). The PowerEdge T130 provides two times the memory capacity compared to the previous generation server.

Dell Storage SC9000: The High-end Dell storage arrays and the industry-leading all-flash cost-per-gigabyte The combination of Dell’s new flagship Dell Storage SC9000 storage array controller, new 12 GB SAS expansion enclosures and next generation array software offers customers the highest-perfoming, most enterprise-focused SC Series release to date. The Dell Storage SC9000, based on Dell’s 13th generation PowerEdge server platform, offers all-flash and hybrid flash configurations and delivers 40 percent more IOPs –with the ability to achieve more than 385,000 IOPS2—and more than double the throughput3 compared to previous SC Series arrays. Supporting the most demanding large-scale workloads, the flexible and self-optimizing SC9000 provides more than three petabytes of raw capacity per array and scales-out even further in federated multi-array configurations with seamless volume movement among arrays.  

    New Dell XC Series Appliances Expand Dell’s Software-Defined Storage Portfolio The next wave of Dell XC Series of Web-scale Converged Appliances, which integrate compute, storage and hypervisor resources into a single offering to help reduce TCO and streamline datacenters. The latest hyperconverged solutions include the Dell XC6320, the highest-density XC Series appliance to-date, with four compute nodes that support more than 44 terabytes of storage in a 2U form factor. This substantially reduces datacenter hardware rack space, power and cooling required to run various workloads in service provider, ROBO and large customer datacenters. New Dell XC630-10F and XC6320-6F All-Flash Nodes are the densest XC Series all-flash appliances offering a cost-for-performance boost with data tiering between flash drives types based on actual data usage.



   New Campus Network Architecture: Powered by the Dell Networking C9010 Network Director and C1048P Rapid Access Nodes Designed for mid- to large-scale campus environments seeking improved scalability combined with simplified management, the new Dell unified-campus architecture provides a single management view for the entire campus from access to core. This provides a single point of control for quality of service, policy provisioning and software upgrades, as well as for programming software-defined attributes. 

    The new Dell Networking C9010 Network Director is a next-generation multi-rate capable modular switch and is the first platform based on the new Dell campus network architecture. It delivers optimum scalability for up to 4,000 virtual ports managed centrally, a lifetime of flexibility with support for 10 and 40 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) today, and a tool-free upgrade to 100GbE in the future to meet the growing bandwidth requirements of a diverse campus of end-users and end-points. For initial deployments, the C9010 can be deployed as a traditional campus switching platform without the Dell Networking C1048P Rapid Access Node, serving to aggregate legacy switching platforms in wiring closets.

   The real power of the C9010, however, comes when paired with the C1048P Rapid Access Node to deliver new levels of simplicity and scalability in the campus. The Dell Networking C1048P extends the capabilities of the C9010 Network Director by providing enhanced power over Ethernet well as user access and connectivity back to the C9010. The C1048P can be deployed either stand-alone or in a stacked configuration, and can be introduced at any time to the new architecture, greatly simplifying ongoing maintenance and operation. For enhanced investment protection, Dell N-series switches within current customer environments can also become access nodes via a software download shortly after launch.

New Dell Networking S6100-ON Multi-Rate Modular In-Rack Switch

    As the latest addition to the S-Series family of data center switches, the Dell Networking S6100-ON combines multi-rate connectivity with chassis-level modularity and open networking perfect for data center operators seeking maximum flexibility and control in the rack. Through multiple expansion modules, customers have the flexibility to deliver various combinations of port speeds ranging from 10 – 100GbE with both QSFP28 and CXP port choices for flexibility in deployment. With its increased density, performance, flexibility and simplified management, the Dell S6100-ON is ideal for virtualization, cloud and big data analytics environments—all foundational elements for the Future-Ready Enterprise.

Industry-leading Support

    Dell ProSupport Plus for enterprise solutions combines expertise, technology and environmental intelligence so customers can adopt complex technologies with confidence. This enterprise-class support offer will proactively improve performance and stability of critical systems, allowing customers to focus on strategic goals. With ProSupport Plus, customers can improve performance and stability with proactive, predictive, and personalized recommendations, and maximize workload availability with automated support enabled by SupportAssist.

   ProSupport Plus provides users the flexibility to choose the right support based on the criticality of specific systems, a single point of contact for all hardware and software issues, broad and deep experience that goes beyond a single system, proactive, automated tools and innovative technology, and consistent experience regardless of where you’re located or what language you speak.  

Availability 

• Dell PowerEdge T130, T330, R230 and R330 are available today

• The Dell Storage SC9000 is available today. 

• The Dell XC6320 highest-density appliance, Dell XC630-10F and XC6320-6F All-Flash Nodes are available today.

• Dell Networking C9010 and C1048P are available today.

• Dell Networking S6100-ON will be available in the first quarter of 2016.

For more information, visit www.dell.com.
Dell Comprehensive Solutions to Help Philippine Organizations of All Sizes Dell Comprehensive Solutions to Help Philippine Organizations of All Sizes Reviewed by jonathan nava on December 19, 2015 Rating: 5

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