Brains are better than beauty
Technology infrastructures rely on dependability
Servers are not sexy. They don’t strut the hallways or sit pretty on a desk. Servers are behind the scene or hiding in a closet as the unsung workhorse of a school network.
Like any computer, servers come in many shapes, sizes and configurations. There are rack, tower, and modular servers with differing cache and processing power. Servers are available as stand-alone units or can be connected for volume and redundancy.
The right server will protect and manage your IT resources, keeping your campus connected.
What is the best combination for you?
A chassis-intrusion switch alerts you when internal system components have been accessed.
Internal locked-down USB ports and other security and recovery options such as a password verification process help prevent unauthorized system access.
e-SATA external storage connectivity that makes adding more storage simple.
Dell Management Console - Ships free with every Dell server and provides IT administrators with a consolidated view of their IT infrastructure.
Advanced I/O - Improve your I/O capabilities for data intensive tasks through PCIe Gen3-enabled expansion slots and optional internal GPU acceleration.
Versatile Storage - Tailor your storage capacity to fit your needs. The PowerEdge T420 features up to 16 hot-swap drive bays to help maximize data management efficiency.
Productive Performance - Help enhance office productivity with the 2-socket PowerEdge T420, powered by the latest-generation Intel Xeon processor E5-2400 product family. Matching the fast and efficient processing with a dense memory footprint enables small and midsize business offices to crunch through critical business applications quickly and efficiently.
The Dell PowerEdge 1955 is a 9th generation modular blade server that helps make the most of floor space without sacrificing high performance. The servers are designed to a Dell-developed Behavioral Specification that defines consistent hardware layout and user interaction across all server models in this and future PowerEdge generations. Up to 10 blade servers can fit into a 7U chassis and share resources such as power, cooling, and embedded I/O Pass-Through devices.