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PowerEdge FX Converged Architecture

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Built on new PowerEdge technology, FX re-interprets the rack server for changing application demands, allowing you to incrementally add or swap small IT building blocks, including servers, DAS storage and IO modules with different processors, memory sizes and storage characteristics, into a 2U converged-infrastructure chassis.


Figure 1: FX

This page serves as an in depth technical resource and aggregation point for technologies relevant to the Dell PowerEdge FX converged architecture.

The compact FX2, a 2U rack-based converged chassis with shared cooling, power, networking, management and PCIe expansion slots is initially available modular building blocks include: FC630
Figure 2: FC630
  • FM120x4 microserver block, each consisting of a half-width "sled" that houses 4 microservers running the low-power Intel® Atom™ C2000 System on a Chip (SoC) processor (up to 4 sleds with 16 total microservers per FX2 chassis
Figure 3: FM120x4
  • FN IO Aggregator that is able to simplify network deployment by aggregating cabling from 8 cables to as little as a single cable; offers cost-effective 10GbE performance; and enables LAN/SAN convergence.

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Last Date Modified: 08/17/2018 09:12 AM

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