Dell PowerEdge R810

Dell PowerEdge R810

The Dell PowerEdge R810 is an 11th generation server that is ideal for virtualization because it can be configured with up to 40 cores (4 x ten core) and 512GB of memory in a 2U form factor. To make the Dell R810 even more reliable for virtualization, there are also Dual internal SD modules that offer a failover for the hypervisor.


 

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Dell PowerEdge R810 Overview

CPU: Dual socket Intel Xeon 7500, Intel Xeon E7-4800, or Intel Xeon E7-8800 series CPUs

Maximum RAM: 512GB DDR3 utilizing 32 DIMM slots (32 x 16GB)

Drive Bays: 6 x 3.5” (or 2.5”) hard drives (SAS/SATA)

Size: 2U form factor

The Dell PowerEdge R810

The Dell PowerEdge R810 is an 11th generation server that is ideal for virtualization because it can be configured with up to 40 cores (4 x ten core) and 512GB of memory in a 2U form factor. To make the Dell R810 even more reliable for virtualization, there are also Dual internal SD modules that offer a failover for the hypervisor

Dell created the PowerEdge R810 as a result of listening to what their customers had to say. The Dell R810 is a 4-socket server in a 2U form factor. Previous generations of 4-socket servers were only available in 4U form factors so this is leap forward for Dell’s server design. Dell also unveiled a new feature with the introduction of the Dell R810, the FlexMem which allows a user to populate the Dell R810 with only 2 CPUs while utilizing all 32 of memory DIMM slots. How does the FlexMem Bridge technology do this? It copies and extends Intel’s existing connections from two populated processors to DIMM channels that you previously could only access if all four processors were populated. The Dell PowerEdge R810 utilizes its processing power and vast memory capacity to maximize a company’s workload.

Dell gives users an ease of deployment with their PowerEdge R810, and also offers easy management and maintenance to save businesses their most valuable resource: time. They want to provide users with simplicity so they can focus on growing their business without having to worry about how well their server is running. Like other Dell servers, the Dell PowerEdge R810 has the Lifecycle Controller that helps with simplifying all administrator tasks. It does this by performing an extensive set of provisioning functions like system deployment, system updates, hardware configurations and diagnostics from a single interface named the Unified Server Configurator. This gets rid of the necessity of using and maintaining multiple pieces of media.

Users of the Dell R810 can also take advantage of the OpenManage portfolio, including the Dell Management Console. This console provides the IT managers consolidated views of their entire infrastructure and can save time for the managers to be able to see their infrastructure in one spot to help make maintenance of the servers easier. Another feature of the PowerEdge R810, in addition to being a simple and easy to use server, is to be a cost-efficient server. The PowerEdge Dell R810 is specifically designed to be energy efficient by using the Dell Energy Smart system which enables power capping, power inventory, and power budgeting. As a result of these energy saving designs, the Dell R810 offers a 16% energy savings. The Dell PowerEdge R810 has a similar design to their other 2U 11th Generation Dell servers (Dell R710, Dell R510). For instance, all external ports, power supplies and LED lights are in the same location as other Dell servers to give a sense of familiarity. This can help make the unit easier to install and deploy.

The Dell PowerEdge R810 is no longer available from Dell. A pre-owned Dell R810 will be tested thoroughly to ensure the server performs at the same level as it did when it originally left the factory. A savvy shopper will find that a used Dell R810 or a refurbished Dell R810 will deliver impressive performance and save the buyer thousands of dollars over purchasing a new server.

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Dell PowerEdge R810 Overview

CPU: Dual socket Intel Xeon 7500, Intel Xeon E7-4800, or Intel Xeon E7-8800 series CPUs

Maximum RAM: 512GB DDR3 utilizing 32 DIMM slots (32 x 16GB)

Drive Bays: 6 x 3.5” (or 2.5”) hard drives (SAS/SATA)

Size: 2U form factor

The Dell PowerEdge R810

The Dell PowerEdge R810 is an 11th generation server that is ideal for virtualization because it can be configured with up to 40 cores (4 x ten core) and 512GB of memory in a 2U form factor. To make the Dell R810 even more reliable for virtualization, there are also Dual internal SD modules that offer a failover for the hypervisor

Dell created the PowerEdge R810 as a result of listening to what their customers had to say. The Dell R810 is a 4-socket server in a 2U form factor. Previous generations of 4-socket servers were only available in 4U form factors so this is leap forward for Dell’s server design. Dell also unveiled a new feature with the introduction of the Dell R810, the FlexMem which allows a user to populate the Dell R810 with only 2 CPUs while utilizing all 32 of memory DIMM slots. How does the FlexMem Bridge technology do this? It copies and extends Intel’s existing connections from two populated processors to DIMM channels that you previously could only access if all four processors were populated. The Dell PowerEdge R810 utilizes its processing power and vast memory capacity to maximize a company’s workload.

Dell gives users an ease of deployment with their PowerEdge R810, and also offers easy management and maintenance to save businesses their most valuable resource: time. They want to provide users with simplicity so they can focus on growing their business without having to worry about how well their server is running. Like other Dell servers, the Dell PowerEdge R810 has the Lifecycle Controller that helps with simplifying all administrator tasks. It does this by performing an extensive set of provisioning functions like system deployment, system updates, hardware configurations and diagnostics from a single interface named the Unified Server Configurator. This gets rid of the necessity of using and maintaining multiple pieces of media.

Users of the Dell R810 can also take advantage of the OpenManage portfolio, including the Dell Management Console. This console provides the IT managers consolidated views of their entire infrastructure and can save time for the managers to be able to see their infrastructure in one spot to help make maintenance of the servers easier. Another feature of the PowerEdge R810, in addition to being a simple and easy to use server, is to be a cost-efficient server. The PowerEdge Dell R810 is specifically designed to be energy efficient by using the Dell Energy Smart system which enables power capping, power inventory, and power budgeting. As a result of these energy saving designs, the Dell R810 offers a 16% energy savings. The Dell PowerEdge R810 has a similar design to their other 2U 11th Generation Dell servers (Dell R710, Dell R510). For instance, all external ports, power supplies and LED lights are in the same location as other Dell servers to give a sense of familiarity. This can help make the unit easier to install and deploy.

The Dell PowerEdge R810 is no longer available from Dell. A pre-owned Dell R810 will be tested thoroughly to ensure the server performs at the same level as it did when it originally left the factory. A savvy shopper will find that a used Dell R810 or a refurbished Dell R810 will deliver impressive performance and save the buyer thousands of dollars over purchasing a new server.

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