Dell PowerEdge R820 Server 4X E5-4640v2 2.20Ghz 40-Core 512GB H710

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Description :

The Dell PowerEdge R820 Server is a robust and high-performance enterprise-level server designed to meet the most demanding data center and business computing needs. Powered by four Intel Xeon E5-4640v2 processors, each equipped with a remarkable 10 cores and a base clock speed of 2.20GHz, this server boasts an astonishing total of 40 cores and 80 threads. This exceptional processing power makes it ideal for heavy virtualization workloads, complex data analysis, and mission-critical applications.

The server is equipped with a massive 512GB of DDR3 RAM, providing the necessary memory resources for running multiple virtual machines, databases, and memory-intensive applications simultaneously, ensuring optimal performance and responsiveness.

Storage is another highlight of the PowerEdge R820, featuring support for up to sixteen 2.5-inch hot-plug SAS or SATA drives. This extensive storage capacity, combined with the flexibility to configure RAID arrays using the H710 RAID controller, ensures data reliability, availability, and performance optimization. It’s a perfect choice for data-intensive applications, large-scale databases, and file storage.

Specifications :

  • Four Intel Xeon E5-4640v2 processors with 10 cores each (total 40 cores)
  • Massive 512GB of DDR3 RAM for multitasking and memory-intensive applications
  • Supports up to sixteen 2.5-inch hot-plug SAS or SATA drives
  • H710 RAID controller for data reliability and performance optimization
  • 2U form factor for versatile deployment options
  • Redundant power supplies for high availability
  • Advanced remote management through iDRAC technology
  • Ideal for virtualization, large databases, and data-intensive workloads
  • Energy-efficient design for reduced operational costs