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This blog from Dell Technologies offers insight into their servers that help small businesses innovate, adapt and grow.

Dell Technologies is the only server vendor offering a cross portfolio solution for cryptographically verified hardware integrity, [1] dynamic system lockdown, [2] and robust firmware and boot protection. Anchored by a well-established silicon Root of Trust, we provide security that starts at design and continues through the supply chain and full lifecycle.

Technology and solutions that help you innovate, adapt, and grow.
 
Adaptive Compute: Address evolving compute demands with a platform engineered to optimize the latest technology advancements, while easily scaling to address your data at the point of need.
Autonomous Compute Infrastructure: Respond rapidly to business opportunities with intelligent systems that work together and independently, delivering to the parameters that you set.
Proactive Resilience: Embed trust into your digital transformation with an infrastructure designed for secure interactions and the capability to predict potential threats.

Start Strong: PowerEdge server security starts before the server is built with an industry leading secure supply chain.
Stay Strong: with innovations from edge to hybrid cloud designed to bolster your server cyber resilience.
Outmaneuver Threats: by mitigating risk through intelligence, automation, and recovery tools – take data and infrastructure security to the next level.
 



PowerEdge Portfolio

Rack Servers:
PowerEdge rack servers maximize performance across the widest range of applications and are optimized to power your systems to work together and independently. Also offered as pre-configured, tested and certified vSAN Ready Nodes.

Tower Servers: PowerEdge tower servers offer the ideal performance, versatility and quiet operations for small, large, and remote offices. Available in a range of sizes, from mini towers to rack-capable platforms.

Modular Infrastructure: The PowerEdge modular portfolio allows you to easily tailor, deploy and manage your infrastructure while lowering operating costs. Create your future-ready data center with easily expandable compute, networking and storage.

Specialty Servers: Our newest addition to the Dell EMC PowerEdge family, PowerEdge XE servers are purpose-built for complex, harsh and compute-intensive workloads at the network edge.

Rugged Servers: Industrial-grade OEM PowerEdge servers are built to withstand the extreme heat, dust, shock and vibration of factory floors, construction sites, mobile command centers and other extreme environments.

Management Solutions: Take control and automate the full IT lifecycle with the OpenManage portfolio. Increase the productivity, reliability and cost effectiveness of your servers while making IT operations more efficient.


[1] Based on Dell analysis of publicly available data, October 2020. Available on PowerEdge 14G and newer, except for PowerEdge XE7100, XE7420, XE7220, C6420 and C6525.
[2] Dell Technologies is the only vendor to offer the ability to dynamically enable and disable system lockdown once your server is provisioned and in production without having to reboot. Based on Dell analysis of publicly available data, October 2020.
 
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