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VIDEO: Hands-On Review of the Dell PowerEdge 2950

Posted by The Monkey on Nov 11, 2015 11:00:00 AM

dell_poweredge_2950_25_4_2-624x624As one of the most popular servers from Dell, the PowerEdge 2950 is designed with performance and flexibility in mind. This rack-optimized, two-socket 2U server is not only ideal for a wide variety of applications, it's also incredibly easy to use.

Powered by two quad-core Intel® Xeon processors, this enterprise server may be exactly what your growing business needs! Like other Dell servers, the PowerEdge 2950 was built to reduce the complexity involved in managing data. Not only does it improve your managing data capabilities, it also increases processor performance per watt.

In fact, it's so popular, that it's not uncommon for us to get emails and phone calls inquiring about the many features built into the Dell 2950. This server is equipped with six hard drive bays to provide up to 4.5TB of internal storage, helping conserve data center space. It can also hold 32GB of memory in 8 DIMM slots.

Here's a video review we created to give you a closer look at the inside of a Dell PowerEdge 2950.

Dell PowerEdge 2950 Review:

It must be noted, however, that not all Dell 2950 servers are configured exactly the same as you saw in the video above. While it's generally structured the same inside, the features will vary from unit to unit. It all depends on how you have it configured. For example, we offer our customers the opportunity to configure their 2950 server to meet their exact needs. If you're just looking to upgrade the memory for the 2950, we can do that as well.

It's easy to see why the Dell PowerEdge 2950 is so highly acclaimed. It features the Intel 5000x chipset and can easily handle any task given in a datacenter. Not only does this Dell server help ensure your data is protected and accessible, it will also give your data center the boost it needs for your business to grow. Customize your Dell PowerEdge 2950 today!

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in February 2012 and has been completely updated for comprehensiveness.

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