Exceeding customer expectations and instilling a sense of excitement is the goal of any new product introduction. Today, Dell is going beyond providing our customers with more raw computing power with the introduction of new Intel "Nehalem EX" based (7500 & 6500 series processor) systems.
Our latest PowerEdge R910, M910, R810 and R815 servers are the company's highest performing servers capable of tackling the toughest computing environments while easing the migration from proprietary UNIX deployments. These new servers are designed and optimized to help improve virtualization performance, speed resource consolidation and support mission-critical business and database applications.
In terms of performance, virtualization and management capabilities, I think we'll have our competitors losing some sleep. Here's a quick look at the latest additions to our PowerEdge portfolio:
We've also added some unique features and capabilities that make our latest PowerEdge servers more compelling than ever. Here is just a glimpse of how we differentiated these servers:
We also see an incredible opportunity here, since customers are adopting x86 computing architectures at the expense of RISC/UNIX server platforms, according to the latest research from IDC. UNIX-based systems are dying from the death of a thousand cuts.
Recently, IBM, HP, and Oracle have all talked about their focus on high end UNIX based platforms. These vendors continue to talk about performance, reliability, and support of mission critical applications. They continue to invest millions on top of millions on their proprietary, non-integrated platforms that are more expensive to maintain and operate for their customers.
Dell is taking a different path. This is why Dell focuses on standards based, connected technologies. It's what is right for customers, its delivers TCO and ROI without the lock-in.
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