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Key Technology In Servers For The Business Market

Servers are key technology components for any organization, and the current offering is varied because not all companies have the…

By TrendsTechBlog , in BUSINESS , at May 28, 2020 Tags:

Servers are key technology components for any organization, and the current offering is varied because not all companies have the same needs. For this reason, we have asked the specialized firms in this niche to propose to us for this comparison of servers some of their latest news to have radiography as complete as possible. In the following text, we show you a summary of the 7 best business servers, but if you continue reading, you will have access to each of the servers analyzed in this comparison.

Suitable for IT infrastructure and web workloads, high-performance virtual desktops, or public cloud – among other scenarios – the Cisco UCS C220 M5 Rack Server is a high-density, two-socket rack server that emphasizes two qualities key in this type of machines: efficiency and performance. For its part, Dell has chosen the EMC PowerEdge R7515 server, which is part of its new PowerEdge equipment. Its new features include workload-optimized system design, efficient TCO, higher bandwidth, and encrypted virtualization.

Meanwhile, Fujitsu participates in the hands of the PRIMERGY RX4770 M5 server provided with the company’s ServerView management software and which, among other features, is prepared to support technologies linked to virtualization. One of the most outstanding options of the HPE Apollo 20 server, compatible with the second generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor family, is that it has a design that supports liquid and air cooling.

Artificial intelligence technology is key in the Huawei Atlas 900 proposal, which is focused on areas as disparate as autonomous driving, oil exploration, or astronomy. With a small size, but a design that is MIL-STD-810G military certified, the Lenovo ThinkSystem SE350 Edge supports different mounting options and is managed by the integrated management engine XClarity Controller equipped with a control panel. Finally comes Oracle’s proposal: The latest version of its Private Cloud Appliance servers (the X8) is up to 45% faster and provides 17 times more storage capacity for customer workloads than predecessor models.