PowerEdge M-Series Blade Servers
All M-Series Blade Servers require a M1000E enclosure with 220VA Power On-site

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PowerEdge M710HD Blade Server
PowerEdge M710 Server
PowerEdge M910 Rack Server
PowerEdge M820 Blade Server
PowerEdge M710HD Blade Server
The PowerEdge M710HD is an Intel processor-based 2-socket, half-height blade server with extensive I/O flexibility and robust memory scalability for virtualization and workload consolidation.
PowerEdge M710 Blade Server
The PowerEdge M710 is an Intel processor-based 2-socket, full-height blade server providing the bandwidth necessary for virtualization and performance-intensive business-critical applications.
PowerEdge M910
Ideal for virtualization workloads or core applications, the PowerEdge™ M910 offers an excellent blend of performance, reliability and scalability in a high-density form factor.
PowerEdge M820
Power through tough workloads in dense data center environments with the exceptional performance and scalability of the 4-socket PowerEdge™ M820 blade.
PowerEdge M620
PowerEdge M520 Server
PowerEdge M420 Server
PowerEdge M610x Blade Server
PowerEdge M620
Gain control over your most demanding workloads with the PowerEdge™ M620 blade server, an ideal blend of density, performance, efficiency and scalability.
PowerEdge M520
Deliver extremely capable performance and exceptional value for your business applications with no-compromise enterprise-class features with the PowerEdge™ M520.
PowerEdge M420
Help improve efficiency and business continuity, and finish work fast with the exceptional computing density of the PowerEdge™ M420 quarter-height blade.
PowerEdge M610x Blade Server
The PowerEdge™ M610x is an Intel processor-based 2-socket, full-height blade server ideal for organizations with unique I/O or computational needs requiring industry-standard PCIe slots.
PowerEdge M610 Server
The PowerEdge™ M610 is an Intel processor-based 2-socket, half-height blade server built for virtualization, mainstream business applications and front-end database workloads.