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High performance, low cost enterprise-class server
The PowerEdge R200 is an enterprise-class rack server designed to maximize datacenter density and performance while reducing power consumption. Easy to manage and easy to service, this server is ideal for network infrastructure or web development applications.
Latest Processor Technology
The PowerEdge R200 server uses the latest Intel Processor technology, featuring a 1333MHz FSB, 800MHz RAM and supporting the latest Intel Xeon Quad-Core processors. Get the system your business needs with flexible processor configurations to meet the demands of various application workloads; select from Quad-Core processors up to 2.66GHz and Dual-Core processors up to 3GHz.
The PowerEdge R200 rack server offers up to 8GB of DDR-2 memory, which is designed to provide superb bandwidth and low latency to improve system performance.
Serial-Attached SCSI (SAS) hard drives1 deliver the next generation of SCSI performance and are designed to deliver faster speed and enhanced reliability than SATA. SATA is the better choice for businesses that need affordable, large capacity drives.
Microsoft Windows® Server 2008 Microsoft Windows® Server 2008 running on Dell PowerEdgeTM servers provides your business with a secure, reliable, robust server environment. Advanced security and reliability enhancements help organizations to prevent data theft with Rights Management Services, BitLocker, and Group Policy technologies.
Whether you need assistance evaluating Windows Server 2008 or are ready to implement, Dell has the expertise, resources and tools to assist organizations of any size.Learn More
Server Networking Basics
Want to know how to set up a server-based network? Check out Dell's new Server Networking Basics site where your small businesses has access to great tools and resources that will help get them get started. Sample tutorials include:
Setting Up Hardware and Software — Help protect your business and guard against data loss
How To Set Up Shared Email — Go mobile and access your e-mails and calendar while away from the office
Setting Up Shared Files and Printer — Become more efficient by sharing resources: files, printers, fax machines and more