Review the key features, configurations and details of Dell SupportAssist, a software application for collecting data about your computer hardware and software. Learn how to install, use and troubleshoot SupportAssist.
When selecting a blade environment, strong performance is essential: It must support the increasing demands of your database applications and its users. When a blade environment also streamlines the task of deploying new blades and makes efficient use of precious datacenter rack space, it becomes even more attractive.
The Dell Networking H1024-OPF and H1048-OPF Edge switches deliver 100 Gbps port bandwidth with latency that stays low even at extreme scale. These 24- or 48-port 1U switches are based on Intel® Omni-Path Architecture.
Dell Networking H9106-OPF and H9124-OPF director class switches (DCS) are based on Intel® Omni-Path Fabric Architecture, using a scalable, 100 Gbps low latency fabric. The Intel Omni-Path Fabric effectively supports clusters with thousands of servers; larger fabrics are possible when the Intel Omni-Path Fabric is combined with the Intel Omni-Path Edge Switch.
Multi-functional 320 Series (W-AP324, W-AP325, W-IAP324, and W-IAP325) wireless access points (AP) provide optimal Wave 2802.11ac connectivity to enable the highest capacity, performance, and efficiency in extremely high-density environments. With a maximum concurrent data rate of 1,733Mbps in the 5GHz band and 800Mbps in the 2.4GHz band (aggregated date rate of 2.5Gbps), 320 Series APs support multiuser MIMO (MU-MIMO) and four spatial streams (4SS) to provide simultaneous data transmission to multiple devices, maximize data throughput and improve network efficiency.