sponsored by Dell, Inc. and AMD
Posted:  17 Nov 2011
Published:  17 Nov 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Find out how you can cut costs with a new class of servers, specifically designed for dedicated hosting. Microservers provide 4x the density with 75% less to cool at 1/3 the cost of ownership of more traditional 1U servers. That density translates into spending less on racks, cabling, switches, power and cooling.

Don't let others convince you to buy more than you really need! These microservers are right-sized so you can increase your revenue per square foot in your data center. In fact, analysis shows that just by choosing microservers, you can increase revenue per square foot up to $1.6M per rack per year, while reducing OpEx by up to 40%. It's worth a look.






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