The ideal first server for small business
Excellent first server for small businesses, the PowerEdge T110 II Intel® Xeon® processor excels at productivity and collaboration applications, file sharing and data protection.
- Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 product family
Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 V2 product family
Intel® Pentium® G600 and G800 series
Intel® Celeron® G400 and G500 series
- Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Essentials
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, x64 (includes Hyper-V®)
Novell® SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®
VMware® vSphere® ESXi™
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization®
- Intel® C202
- Up to 32GB (4 DIMM slots): 1GB/2GB/4GB/8GB DDR3 up to 1600MHz
- Cabled hard drive options:
3.5" SAS (15K, 10K), nearline SAS (7.2K), SATA (7.2K)
Maximum Internal Storage:
Up to 12TB*
For information about Dell external storage options, visit Dell.com/Storage.
- Cabled options available:
Up to six 2.5" SATA SSD or SAS drives or
Up to four 3.5" SAS, nearline SAS, or SATA drives
- 4 PCIe G2 slots:
Two x8 slots (one with x16 connectors)
One x4 slot (with x8 connector)
One x1 slot
- Internal Controllers:
PERC H200 (6Gb/s)
PERC S100 (software based)
PERC S300 (software based)
External HBAs (non-RAID):
6GB/s SAS HBA
- One single port Broadcom BCM 5722
- Broadcom® NetXtreme® 5709 Dual Port Gigabit Ethernet NIC, Copper, w/TOE PCIe x4
Broadcom® NetXtreme® 5709 Dual Port Gigabit Ethernet NIC, Copper, TOE/iSCI PCIe x4
Broadcom® NetXtreme® II 5722 Single Port Gigabit Ethernet NIC
Intel® PRO/1000PT Single Port Adapter, Gigabit Ethernet NIC, PCIe x1
Intel® Gigabit ET Dual Port Adapter, Gigabit Ethernet NIC, PCIe x4
- Single cabled power supply (305W)
- Quad-pack LED diagnostics, ECC Memory, add-in RAID, TPM/TCM
- Matrox G200eW w/8MB memory
- 463.82 H x 189.35 W x 420.3 D (mm)
18.26 H x 7.45” W x 16.55” D (in)
- BMC, IPMI 2.0 compliant
Unified Server Configurator
Environmental Operating Conditions
The PowerEdge™ T110 II is an ideal first server for small business with the right combination of value, reliability, collaboration and data protection features to improve your business continuity and productivity.
Easy AccessRun applications, share information and access your data from any workstation in the office.
Let employees work simultaneously by moving to a server-based network. Adding a server to your business better enables you to work more effectively while out of the office and to employ IP-based collaboration suites, which means you can:
- Allow employees to access their business email from any Internet connected computer.
- Share documents over the Internet in a secure environment.
- Share desktops for conference calls and remote meetings.
Keep data secure and control file access with built-in encryption, security and data protection options. With the PowerEdge™ T110 II, you can:
Scalable, adaptable and ready to use, PowerEdge T110 II is the ideal server for the small office setting and is poised to grow along with your business.
Dell ProSupport offers a suite of support services that enable you to choose support models based on how you use technology and where you want to allocate resources. We recommend Dell ProSupport Plus withSupportAssist for mission-critical systems or Dell ProSupport for premium hardware and software support for your PowerEdge solution. For hyper-scale data centers, we also offer ProSupport Flex for Data Center. Contact your Dell representative today for more information*.
Dell Enterprise Deployment Services
Our end-to-end deployment services ensure your Dell PowerEdge installation, configuration and implementation is completed accurately and quickly - anytime, anywhere - with proven processes based on best practices acquired from thousands of deployments by our highly skilled experts.
Dell Training Services
Dell Education Services offers PowerEdge Server training courses designed to help you achieve more with your hardware investment. The curriculum is designed in conjunction with the server development team, as well as Dell’s technical support team, to ensure that the training delivers the information and practical, hands-on skills you and your team need to confidently deploy, manage and maintain your Dell Server solution. To learn more or register for a class today, click here.
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Solutions and Systems Management
|With Dell Compellent, Dell EqualLogic and Dell PowerVault, we have created a comprehensive and innovative portfolio of storage products, all of which are easy to deploy, manage and grow. Whether you use network attached storage (NAS), direct attached storage (DAS), internet SCSI (iSCSI) or Fibre Channel (FC), Dell has a product that can meet your business needs and reduce the cost and complexity of storage.|
|The Value of Dell Storage: |
Dell’s open, standards-based solutions let customers of all sizes integrate new technologies without sacrificing performance or their existing IT investments.
|Direct-Attached Storage: |
The Dell PowerVault MD storage family offers easy and economical expansion for Dell PowerEdge servers enabling high availability and scalability for demanding business applications.
|Disk-to-Disk Backup |
Due to expanding volumes of data that must be backed up and protected along with shrinking backup windows, many IT departments have moved to or added disk-based backups.
|Network-Attached Storage |
NAS is a specialized storage server with its own IP address that is made available to multiple clients and servers on a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN).
|Object-Based Storage |
The Dell DX Object Storage Platform is designed to intelligently access, store, protect and distribute fixed digital content.
|Storage Area Network |
A storage area network (SAN) is a network of shared storage devices, such as disk storage arrays and tape automation
|Tape Backup |
Considered the first and last line of defense against data loss, tape and removable disks can be used for long-term data storage and backup.
|Unified Storage |
Unified Storage is a term that describes the ability to manage both file- and block-level data.