The latest generation of PowerEdge technology is specifically designed to help drive IT transformation by delivering a worryfree infrastructure that is automated, secure and scalable – with no compromises.
Featuring next generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Dell EMC PowerEdge 14G servers are Dell EMC’s most cutting-edge portfolio of PowerEdge servers yet.
The new PowerEdge servers are built from the ground up with a no compromise approach to deliver an end-to-end, fully flexible and innovative solution that customers can rely on – whatever their business or workload demands.
Why choose PowerEdge 14G?
This advanced server technology is expressly designed to accelerate business – by delivering in three key areas:
- Scalable business architecture - With dynamic server technology optimized for all workloads – so you can adapt quickly to address ever-evolving business and workload needs.
- Intelligent automation - Means you can handle more routine tasks more efficiently while also freeing up skilled resources for business-critical tasks – so you can sustain and grow your business.
- Integrated security - Sophisticated built-in protection at every step to safeguard organizations and their customers – so you can fortify your operations and your profitability.
Why refresh now?
In today’s business world of rapid digital transformation, keeping up with the pace of change can sometimes be a real challenge.
But a modernized IT infrastructure is absolutely essential for business success – and IDC research shows that a required server refresh can pay for itself – in less than 1 year.
In fact, organizations that do not upgrade from legacy IT invariably fall behind, finding that existing IT infrastructures are constrained and inflexible… What’s more, the continuous maintenance of dated infrastructure is often a false economy – leading to a greater loss of time, productivity and money than if the organization simply refreshed its infrastructure.
So if an organization doesn’t have that optimized IT infrastructure, then it’s not equipped to meet modern workload demands – and may even be losing ground on its competitors too.