This is a linked list of Dell-produced white papers and third-party studies that highlight various aspects of Dell's blades, blade chassis, blade solutions, etc.
Feature Comparison Between the Dell PowerEdge M910 and HP ProLiant BL685c G7 Blade Servers (March 2011) - Explains advantages of Dell blade servers, such as Dual Internal SD cards, FlexMem Bridge technology, and higher Ethernet port count than comparable blade servers/chassis from HP.Enhancing Scalability Through Network Interface Card Partitioning - Network interface card (NIC) partitioning (NPAR) can simplify end-to-end networking by dividing a network controller port into as many as four partitions, enabling dynamic allocation of bandwidth as needed and helping reduce total cost of ownership. Connecting the Dell PowerEdge M1000e to a Cisco SAN Fabric - Leverage industry standard N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) to connect a Dell PowerEdge M1000e Blade Enclosure to a Cisco Fibre Channel fabric.M1000e Blade Enclosure Architecture FlexAddress for M1000e Blade EnclosureM1000e 10Gbps using AMCC solution - white paper highlighting the 40Gbps per port capabilities of the M1000e midplaneThermal Design of Dell PowerEdge M-SeriesM-Series Blades + Dell|EMC CX4 for Oracle and MS Exchange - new features, architectural benefits, sample configurationsMemory Configuration for 11G Servers - considerations for DDR3 memory configurations with Intel 5500-series-based servers (including M610, M710)PDU Selection for M-Series Blades
SPECpower_ssj2008 Performance & Power of Dell, HP, and IBM Blade Solutions - compares apples-to-apples Dell, HP, and IBM Westmere half-height blades (August 2010) Blade TCO Comparison - TCO comparison of Dell half-height blades versus HP and IBM equivalents (October 2008) Out-of-Box Comparison Between Dell, HP, and IBM Blade Servers - (December 2007)SPECjbb2005 Performance & Power of 4-Socket Blades - compares apples-to-apples Dell, HP, and IBM four-socket blades (October 2008)SPECjbb2005 Performance & Power of 2-Socket Blades - compares apples-to-apples Dell, HP, and IBM two-socket Intel 5300-series-based blades (December 2007)
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