Dell Server Level Solutions:
Dell PowerEdge is a server line by Dell, following the naming convention for other Dell products: the PowerVault (data storage) and the PowerConnect (data transfer & switches).
Overview of current and former servers within Dell's PowerEdge product line. Different models are or were available as towers, 19-inch racks or blades. In the current naming scheme, towers are designated by T, racks by R, and blades by M (for modular). The 19" rack-servers come in different physical heights expressed in rack units or U. Most modern servers are either 1U or 2U high while in the past the 4U was more common.
PowerEdge rack servers maximize performance across the widest range of applications and are available with AMD EPYC or Intel Xeon Scalable Processors. Also offered as pre-configured, tested and certified vSAN Ready Nodes.
PowerEdge tower servers offer the ideal performance, versatility and quiet operations for small, large, and remote offices. Available in a range of sizes, from mini towers to rack-capable platforms.
The PowerEdge modular portfolio allows you to easily tailor, deploy and manage your infrastructure while lowering operating costs. Create your future-ready data center with easily expandable compute, networking and storage.
Our newest addition to the Dell EMC PowerEdge family, PowerEdge XE servers are purpose-built for complex, harsh and compute-intensive workloads at the network edge.
Grade OEM PowerEdge servers are built to withstand the extreme heat, dust, shock and vibration of factory, construction sites, mobile centers and other extreme environments.