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  1. Improving NFS Performance on HPC Clusters with Dell Fluid Cache for DAS

    Improving NFS Performance on HPC Clusters with Dell Fluid Cache for DAS

  2. IT Consulting for Windows 7 Workshop

    Learn how Dell Windows 7 Workshop can help you identify issues and begin planning for application and hardware compatibility and readiness for a successful OS migration.

  3. Benefits of Technology Solution Financing

    Dell Financial Services (DFS) has a wide range of contracting options designed to make technology acquisition easy and affordable.

  4. Dell-Wyse-Citrix-SB-AW171212

    Dell Wyse can help you get more out of your Citrix XenDesktop installation with Dell Wyse cloud client devices and software.

  5. Dell Wyse WSM Business IA

    Dell Wyse WSM Business IA

  6. Dell Wyse WSM Start Kit Exec

    Dell Wyse WSM Start Kit Exec

  7. Dell Wyse ThinOS

    Dell Wyse ThinOS Thin Client Overview

  8. Stacking Dell Networking 10G Switches

    Many Dell Networking switches include a stacking feature that allows multiple switches to operate as a single unit. Starting with firmware 4.2, the latest Dell Networking 10 Gigabit switches can now be stacked. These stacks can include up to six 8024/8024F switches or up to six M8024-k switches. Appendix A at the end of this document shows the maximum scalability, stacking six 8024F switches using eight stack ports between each member. A single switch in the stack (known as the Master switch) manages all the units in the stack and uses a single IP address, which allows the user to manage every port in the stack from this one address. This IP address is copied from the Master to the Standby when the Standby is created. If for any reason the Master fails and the Standby takes over as the Master, the IP address of the stack will remain the same, allowing continuous management of the stack.

  9. Deploying FIP Snooping on Dell Networking 10G Switches

    The Dell Networking M8024-k, 8024 and 8024F switches are now DCB/DCBx capable with a downloadable update. Starting with firmware 4.2, the latest Dell Networking 10 Gigabit switches can now be used as an FCoE Transit Switch (FIP Snooping Bridge, T11, BB-5). With this new firmware implementation Converged Network Adapters or CNA’s can be used in the rack-mount or blade server to enable access to Fibre Channel networks and their storage. Note: The M8024 (predecessor to the M8024-k) does not support the FIP Snooping capability and is not supported for any of the described scenarios.

  10. Dell Networking Port Aggregator Feature White Paper

    Dell Networking Port Aggregator Feature White Paper