Industry-leading virtualization performance from Dell
Dell is optimizing for virtualization across the entire portfolio — not just on blades — to meet your density, flexibility and performance needs without locking you into proprietary infrastructures. Dell™ PowerEdge™ holds top VMmark performance scores for 2-socket rack, 2-socket blades and 4-socket rack servers.
Testing by Principled Technologies shows how moving 32-bit servers to virtual machines on a 64-bit Dell server offers cost, performance and space advantages while lowering the risks of migration to 64-bit.
Review the architecture, configurations and performance of a virtual web server farm running on Dell PowerEdge blade servers, EqualLogic storage and VMware vSphere that delivers dynamic resource scheduling, power management, high availability and serviceability.
Compare the performance and power consumption of two Dell PowerEdge 2950 servers using two different quad-core Intel Xeon processors, and discover how you can maximize performance while choosing the processor that best meets the power capacity of your data center.
Comparing the performance of the PowerEdge 2950 using two different quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors show that the Intel Xeon E5300 family of processors can approach the performance of the X5300 series of processors while realizing a power savings of approximately 15%.
Dell engineers tested two Dell™ PowerEdge™ 2950 servers with dual-core Intel® Xeon® 5160 and quad-core Intel Xeon X5355 processors alongside a previous-generation PowerEdge 2850 server with dualcore Intel Xeon processors in a virtualized environment based on VMware® Virtual Infrastructure 3.
Enhance the performance of your virtualized environment, and host more virtual machines using Dell PowerEdge 2950 server with VMware Virtual Infrastructure 3 software. Review the comparative test performed to evaluate PowerEdge 2950 alongside PowerEdge 2850.