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Dell PowerEdge Rack Servers

Transform your IT with fresh and innovative Rack Server Models

Dell PowerEdge rack servers storage solutions offer flexible designs guaranteed to enhance present and future applications. Choose the size you need for your business environment.

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Explore Dell PowerEdge Rack Server Solutions

Dell Rack Servers
One-Socket

PowerEdge R7415 Rack Server

One socket Dell PowerEdge Rack servers deliver steady performance and the storage capacity to handle future growth.

 

PowerEdge R230

PowerEdge R330

PowerEdge R6415

PowerEdge R7415

Dell Rack Servers
Two-Socket

Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd2 Server

Two socket Dell EMC PowerEdge Rack servers offer a variety of attributes to achieve high performance and the scalability to adapt nearly any workload.

 

PowerEdge R430

PowerEdge R440

PowerEdge R530

PowerEdge R540

PowerEdge R630

PowerEdge R640

PowerEdge R730

PowerEdge R730xd

PowerEdge R740

PowerEdge R740xd

PowerEdge R740xd2

PowerEdge R7425

Dell Rack Servers
Four-Socket

Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 server

Four socket Dell PowerEdge Rack servers offer the best performance and scalability for your applications like in-database workloads, HPC to data analytics, and AI and GPU database acceleration.

 

PowerEdge R830

PowerEdge R930

PowerEdge R940

Choosing Your Dell PowerEdge Rack Server

One Socket Rack Server

The PowerEdge one socket rack server is tiny compared to the other models and most businesses only choose a one socket rack server for budget reasons. It only gives you one processor and has very limited drive capacity. However, for some businesses that capacity is all they need.

Mojo Tip: Did you know that you can choose a two socket rack server and half populate it? We often recommend that option to those working on a budget who anticipate more data needs in the future.

Two Socket Rack Server

The PowerEdge two socket rack servers are the most popular as they can have up to two processors and you can choose from a greater variety of drive options. The two-rack units also give you plenty of options for connections on the back of the servers.

Four Socket Rack Server

If you are setting up a large data center, then consider the PowerEdge four socket rack servers. This allows you to get set up with the power of four processors and lots of storage.

Comparison Chart For Dell PowerEdge Rack Server Models

R440 2 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors 16 1TB Up to 10 x 2.5” or 4 x 3.5” Up to 4 1U
R540 2 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors 16 1TB Up to 14 x 3.5” -- 2U
R640 2 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors 24 7.68TB Up to 12 x 2.5” or 4 x 3.5” Up to 10 1U
R740 2 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors 24 7.68TB Up to 16 x 2.5” or 8 x 3.5” -- 2U
R740xd 2 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors 24 7.68TB Up to 32 x 2.5” or 18 x 3.5” Up to 24 2U
R740xd2 2 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors 16 1TB Up to 26 x 3.5” or 16 x 3.5” + 10 x 2.5” -- 2U
R840 4 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor 48 15.36TB Up to 26 x 2.5” Up to 24 2U
R940 4 x 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor 48 15.36TB Up to 24 x 2.5" Up to 12 3U