Dell Launches Off-the-Shelf Microservers

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 23, 2011

Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) is launching new high-density PowerEdge systems designed for use in public or private clouds. As reported on Information Week, the PowerEdge C5000 line, launched Tuesday, stems from Dell's custom work in building microservers for specific customers.

The PowerEdge systems are designed for use in public or private clouds.

"The new PowerEdge line comprises the C5125 and C5220, which use low-power processors from Advanced Micro Devices and Intel, respectively. Each system features between eight to 12 individual server nodes in one 3U chassis and include four DDR3 UDIMMS, two 3.5-inch or four 2.5-inch hard disk drives, two 1 Gbps Ethernet ports, and power and cooling infrastructure shared by all the server nodes."

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