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Dell Introduces Its Most Advanced Server Portfolio To Address Broadest Range Of Business Computing Needs
  • Advances in disruptive software-defined storage technologies allow customers to accelerate application performance by up to 11x[1] and improve economics; portfolio includes industry’s first hybrid storage server using 1.8-inch flash drives and 3.5-inch SATA drives
  • Up to 10x improvement in deployment time[2] with industry-leading systems management capabilities for new levels of automation and at-the-box management; zero-touch automation reduces configuration time by up to 99 percent2
  • Industry’s first Near Field Communication (NFC) server management solution pushes the boundaries of mobile systems management monitoring and setup capability by requiring up to 84 percent  less time for collecting inventory2

Dell unveiled its most advanced and easy-to-manage portfolio of PowerEdge servers, designed to help customers worldwide address and optimise the evolving spectrum of application and workload requirements. The Dell PowerEdge 13th generation server portfolio features customer-inspired engineering built to optimise price performance for the widest range of web, enterprise and hyper scale applications, and features state-of-the-art advancements in storage, processing and memory technology coupled with industry-leading systems management capabilities.

The new Dell PowerEdge portfolio – which begins with five form-factors across blade, rack and tower servers – provides customers with choice in how they address industry trends including cloud computing, mobility, big data, and software-defined. More than 80 percent of IT decision-makers report these factors as investment priorities for the next 12 months, according to the Future Ready IT survey, recent worldwide research commissioned by Dell and Intel.

“Our customers are inundated with new pressures and challenges that simply didn’t exist a few years ago. The pace of technology development and disruption is undoubtedly increasing, and many IT organisations are trying to find the right balance of rolling out technology in new and exciting ways without adding more complexity to their environments,” said Forrest Norrod, Vice President and general manager, Dell Server Solutions. “By focusing on three underlying principles in our new PowerEdge server portfolio – accelerating application performance, empowering workloads in any environment, and simplification of systems management – customers can bridge between traditional and new IT models so they are always prepared to incorporate new innovations and stand up and optimise new applications within their data centres.”

Next generation PowerEdge server portfolio

The first of the new Dell PowerEdge servers includes the PowerEdge R730xd, R730, and R630 rack servers, the M630 blade server, and the T630 tower server, which are built with the latest Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family. Combined with Dell’s end-to-end portfolio of enterprise infrastructure offerings, software and services, the new PowerEdge servers enable increased levels of operational efficiency and flexibility at any scale for the most demanding applications and environments.

Stateoftheart storage speeds application performance

Dell Introduces Its Most Advanced Server Portfolio To Address Broadest Range Of Business Computing Needs

Dell Introduces Its Most Advanced Server Portfolio To Address Broadest Range Of Business Computing Needs

As businesses continue to run more data-intensive applications such as real-time analytics and transactional processing low-latency access to data becomes even more critical. In fact, the Future Ready IT survey reports that 70 percent of IT decision-makers (ITDMs) have been negatively affected by performance issues when running applications requiring fast access to data.

Dell’s new PowerEdge servers are designed to leverage modern storage technologies that enable customers to accelerate applications by bringing data closer to the processor for increased application performance.

  • With cost effective 1.8-inch SATA flash drives, the Dell PowerEdge R630 can deliver customers up to 2.4 times the input/output operations per second (IOPS) in the same amount of space as 2.5-inch SSDs.[3]
  • With the PowerEdge R730xd, Dell also provides up to 100TB of storage for workloads such as Microsoft Exchange, where it also delivers up to a 50 percent increase in mailbox size over previous generation servers.[4]

The new in-server storage technology allows customers to:

  • Accelerate the most important data by offering high performance with NVMe Express Flash storage and deployment of Dell Fluid Cache for SAN and SanDisk DAS Cache.
  • Zone large datasets by doubling the RAID performance with optional dual PERC9 controllers.
  • Support software defined storage and optimised data placement by providing hybrid storage configurations within the compute node that enable tiering capabilities.

Dell also has introduced direct-attached storage offerings specifically developed for the new PowerEdge servers. The new Dell Storage MD1400 and MD1420 offer affordable storage expansion, double the bandwidth and improved performance compared to the previous generation, data security with self-encrypting-drives (SEDs), and seamless data management between the server and storage enclosure.

Industry-leading enhancements make systems management easier than ever

Sixty percent of IT managers polled in the Future Ready IT survey say they are prioritising reductions in operational complexity and simplification of data centre management with IT resource allocation. Dell’s updated systems management capabilities featured in its new PowerEdge servers are engineered to address these customer priorities, with higher levels of automation and by enabling administrators to monitor and remediate data centre situations from any hand-held device anywhere in the world. The OpenManage systems management portfolio also provides:

  • Enhanced at-the-server management, and from anywhere: Dell introduces iDRAC Quick Sync, using Near Field Communication (NFC), an industry first, to enable its customers’ mobile workforce by requiring up to 84 percent  less time for collecting inventory. For customers managing at-the-box, this new capability transmits server health information and basic server setup via a hand-held smart device running OpenManage Mobile, simply by tapping it at the server.  OpenManage Mobile also enables administrators to monitor and manage their environments anytime, anywhere with their mobile device.
  • New levels of automation: Administrators can save time and gain efficiency with zero-touch management automation features, such as storing, accessing, and deploying a Server Configuration Profile or firmware update from a central repository. Dell’s Zero-Touch Repository Manager and auto-updates reduce firmware updating time by up to 92 percent. [5]

Empowering workloads for any scale

With more than 60 percent of ITDMs reporting in the Future Ready IT survey that their company relies on a mix of traditional and emerging business applications, today’s data centres must support a diverse and broad set of workloads and applications. Dell’s new PowerEdge servers offer flexible platforms and innovative architectures that enable customers to tailor systems to meet their unique application and workload requirements including business computing, unified communications and collaboration, virtualization, and technical computing.

Key Quotes

“Businesses are in the midst of facing disruptive forces such as hybrid cloud computing, mobility, big data and software defined data centres while balancing initiatives that deliver exponential enhancements towards IT operational efficiency. Dell’s new PowerEdge servers help instill confidence with IT decision makers as they invest in a broad spectrum of infrastructure to efficiently run current workloads, embrace application modernisation and successfully navigate emerging architectural designs.” – Mark Bowker, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group

“IT organisations are facing a growing challenge to balance innovation with the need to deliver applications faster and more efficiently, all while outpacing increasing business performance and data demands.  Microsoft is working closely with Dell to deliver validated solutions on PowerEdge 13th generation servers that enable self-service capabilities and deliver all the benefits and agility of cloud computing on premise while providing consistency and mobility with Service Provider Clouds and Microsoft Azure.” – Bill Laing, CVP, Cloud and Enterprise, Microsoft

“As customers look for new ways to address workload requirements, Intel and Dell continue our successful history of collaboration on server and microprocessor designs built for the next generation of IT. The Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 family offers leading performance and breakthrough I/O capabilities to power Dell’s new PowerEdge servers and enable blazing storage speeds, enhanced server management and the versatility to run traditional and emerging business applications.  We look forward to working with Dell to provide our mutual customers with optimised solutions for their evolving data centre challenges in the digital services era.” – Shannon Poulin, Vice President, Data Center Group, Intel

“With the next generation of PowerEdge servers, Dell is the first vendor to unleash the full potential for Software-Defined Storage. The variety of drive options and sizes with lots of SSD types makes it a good choice for VMware deployments and Hadoop implementations. We saw an immediate boost of up to 100 percent in IOPS.” – Pavel Soukup, Head of IT, AVG

“As a cloud provider, total cost of ownership and energy efficiency of our servers are top priorities. We are impressed with the next generation of Dell servers, which bring energy efficiency to a new level, utilising new technologies like Fresh Air 2.0 and iDRAC 8 with power capping and Intel Xeon E5v3 processors, all bundled with OpenManage Power Center Manager.  The new OpenManage Power Center Manager will allow us to manage not just Dell hardware, but also other 3rd party equipment that we host in our data centres.” – Martin Zidek, CTO, Master Internet

Dell Introduces its Most Advanced Server Portfolio to Address Broadest Range of Business Computing Needs

  • Advances in disruptive software-defined storage technologies allow customers to accelerate application performance by up to 11x[1] and improve economics; portfolio includes industry’s first hybrid storage server using 1.8-inch flash drives and 3.5-inch SATA drives
  • Up to 10x improvement in deployment time[2] with industry-leading systems management capabilities for new levels of automation and at-the-box management; zero-touch automation reduces configuration time by up to 99 percent2
  • Industry’s first Near Field Communication (NFC) server management solution pushes the boundaries of mobile systems management monitoring and setup capability by requiring up to 84 percent  less time for collecting inventory2

BRACKNELL, UK – 8th September 2014 – Dell today unveiled its most advanced and easy-to-manage portfolio of PowerEdge servers, designed to help customers worldwide address and optimise the evolving spectrum of application and workload requirements. The Dell PowerEdge 13th generation server portfolio features customer-inspired engineering built to optimise price performance for the widest range of web, enterprise and hyperscale applications, and features state-of-the-art advancements in storage, processing and memory technology coupled with industry-leading systems management capabilities.

The new Dell PowerEdge portfolio – which begins with five form-factors across blade, rack and tower servers – provides customers with choice in how they address industry trends including cloud computing, mobility, big data, and software-defined. More than 80 percent of IT decision-makers report these factors as investment priorities for the next 12 months, according to the Future Ready IT survey, recent worldwide research commissioned by Dell and Intel.

“Our customers are inundated with new pressures and challenges that simply didn’t exist a few years ago. The pace of technology development and disruption is undoubtedly increasing, and many IT organisations are trying to find the right balance of rolling out technology in new and exciting ways without adding more complexity to their environments,” said Forrest Norrod, vice president and general manager, Dell Server Solutions. “By focusing on three underlying principles in our new PowerEdge server portfolio – accelerating application performance, empowering workloads in any environment, and simplification of systems management – customers can bridge between traditional and new IT models so they are always prepared to incorporate new innovations and stand up and optimise new applications within their data centres.”

Next generation PowerEdge server portfolio

The first of the new Dell PowerEdge servers includes the PowerEdge R730xd, R730, and R630 rack servers, the M630 blade server, and the T630 tower server, which are built with the latest Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family. Combined with Dell’s end-to-end portfolio of enterprise infrastructure offerings, software and services, the new PowerEdge servers enable increased levels of operational efficiency and flexibility at any scale for the most demanding applications and environments.

Stateoftheart storage speeds application performance

As businesses continue to run more data-intensive applications such as real-time analytics and transactional processing low-latency access to data becomes even more critical. In fact, the Future Ready IT survey reports that 70 percent of IT decision-makers (ITDMs) have been negatively affected by performance issues when running applications requiring fast access to data.

Dell’s new PowerEdge servers are designed to leverage modern storage technologies that enable customers to accelerate applications by bringing data closer to the processor for increased application performance.

  • With cost effective 1.8-inch SATA flash drives, the Dell PowerEdge R630 can deliver customers up to 2.4 times the input/output operations per second (IOPS) in the same amount of space as 2.5-inch SSDs.[3]
  • With the PowerEdge R730xd, Dell also provides up to 100TB of storage for workloads such as Microsoft Exchange, where it also delivers up to a 50 percent increase in mailbox size over previous generation servers.[4]

The new in-server storage technology allows customers to:

  • Accelerate the most important data by offering high performance with NVMe Express Flash storage and deployment of Dell Fluid Cache for SAN and SanDisk DAS Cache.
  • Zone large datasets by doubling the RAID performance with optional dual PERC9 controllers.
  • Support software defined storage and optimised data placement by providing hybrid storage configurations within the compute node that enable tiering capabilities.

Dell also has introduced direct-attached storage offerings specifically developed for the new PowerEdge servers. The new Dell Storage MD1400 and MD1420 offer affordable storage expansion, double the bandwidth and improved performance compared to the previous generation, data security with self-encrypting-drives (SEDs), and seamless data management between the server and storage enclosure.

Industry-leading enhancements make systems management easier than ever

Sixty percent of IT managers polled in the Future Ready IT survey say they are prioritising reductions in operational complexity and simplification of data centre management with IT resource allocation. Dell’s updated systems management capabilities featured in its new PowerEdge servers are engineered to address these customer priorities, with higher levels of automation and by enabling administrators to monitor and remediate data centre situations from any hand-held device anywhere in the world. The OpenManage systems management portfolio also provides:

  • Enhanced at-the-server management, and from anywhere: Dell introduces iDRAC Quick Sync, using Near Field Communication (NFC), an industry first, to enable its customers’ mobile workforce by requiring up to 84 percent  less time for collecting inventory. For customers managing at-the-box, this new capability transmits server health information and basic server setup via a hand-held smart device running OpenManage Mobile, simply by tapping it at the server.  OpenManage Mobile also enables administrators to monitor and manage their environments anytime, anywhere with their mobile device.
  • New levels of automation: Administrators can save time and gain efficiency with zero-touch management automation features, such as storing, accessing, and deploying a Server Configuration Profile or firmware update from a central repository. Dell’s Zero-Touch Repository Manager and auto-updates reduce firmware updating time by up to 92 percent. [5]

Empowering workloads for any scale

With more than 60 percent of ITDMs reporting in the Future Ready IT survey that their company relies on a mix of traditional and emerging business applications, today’s data centres must support a diverse and broad set of workloads and applications. Dell’s new PowerEdge servers offer flexible platforms and innovative architectures that enable customers to tailor systems to meet their unique application and workload requirements including business computing, unified communications and collaboration, virtualization, and technical computing.

Key Quotes

“Businesses are in the midst of facing disruptive forces such as hybrid cloud computing, mobility, big data and software defined data centres while balancing initiatives that deliver exponential enhancements towards IT operational efficiency. Dell’s new PowerEdge servers help instill confidence with IT decision makers as they invest in a broad spectrum of infrastructure to efficiently run current workloads, embrace application modernisation and successfully navigate emerging architectural designs.” – Mark Bowker, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group

“IT organisations are facing a growing challenge to balance innovation with the need to deliver applications faster and more efficiently, all while outpacing increasing business performance and data demands.  Microsoft is working closely with Dell to deliver validated solutions on PowerEdge 13th generation servers that enable self-service capabilities and deliver all the benefits and agility of cloud computing on premise while providing consistency and mobility with Service Provider Clouds and Microsoft Azure.” – Bill Laing, CVP, Cloud and Enterprise, Microsoft

“As customers look for new ways to address workload requirements, Intel and Dell continue our successful history of collaboration on server and microprocessor designs built for the next generation of IT. The Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 family offers leading performance and breakthrough I/O capabilities to power Dell’s new PowerEdge servers and enable blazing storage speeds, enhanced server management and the versatility to run traditional and emerging business applications.  We look forward to working with Dell to provide our mutual customers with optimised solutions for their evolving data centre challenges in the digital services era.” – Shannon Poulin, Vice President, Data Center Group, Intel

“With the next generation of PowerEdge servers, Dell is the first vendor to unleash the full potential for Software-Defined Storage. The variety of drive options and sizes with lots of SSD types makes it a good choice for VMware deployments and Hadoop implementations. We saw an immediate boost of up to 100 percent in IOPS.” – Pavel Soukup, Head of IT, AVG

“As a cloud provider, total cost of ownership and energy efficiency of our servers are top priorities. We are impressed with the next generation of Dell servers, which bring energy efficiency to a new level, utilising new technologies like Fresh Air 2.0 and iDRAC 8 with power capping and Intel Xeon E5v3 processors, all bundled with OpenManage Power Center Manager.  The new OpenManage Power Center Manager will allow us to manage not just Dell hardware, but also other 3rd party equipment that we host in our data centres.” – Martin Zidek, CTO, Master Internet

[1] High Performing SQLServer OLTP Database Deployment on PowerEdge R730xd Using Windows Storage Spaces,” an August 2014 Dell whitepaper. Results based on Dell Quest Benchmark Factory to simulate real world TPC-C workload.

[2] Based on September 2014 Principled Technologies report commissioned by Dell, “Simplifying systems management with Dell OpenManage on 13G Dell PowerEdge servers.”

[3] Based on Dell analysis, August 2014.

[4] Based on August 2014 Dell testing comparing a 13G R730xd 16×3.5” to a 12G R720xd 12×3.5” server both running Windows Server 2012.

[5] Based on September 2014 Principled Technologies report commissioned by Dell, “Simplifying systems management with Dell OpenManage on 13G Dell PowerEdge servers.”

[1] High Performing SQLServer OLTP Database Deployment on PowerEdge R730xd Using Windows Storage Spaces,” an August 2014 Dell whitepaper. Results based on Dell Quest Benchmark Factory to simulate real world TPC-C workload.

[2] Based on September 2014 Principled Technologies report commissioned by Dell, “Simplifying systems management with Dell OpenManage on 13G Dell PowerEdge servers.”

[3] Based on Dell analysis, August 2014.

[4] Based on August 2014 Dell testing comparing a 13G R730xd 16×3.5” to a 12G R720xd 12×3.5” server both running Windows Server 2012.

[5] Based on September 2014 Principled Technologies report commissioned by Dell, “Simplifying systems management with Dell OpenManage on 13G Dell PowerEdge servers.”

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Australia says no further Facebook, Google amendments as final vote nears

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By Colin Packham

CANBERRA (Reuters) – Australia will not alter legislation that would make Facebook and Alphabet Inc’s Google pay news outlets for content, a senior lawmaker said on Monday, as Canberra neared a final vote on whether to pass the bill into law.

Australia and the tech giants have been in a stand-off over the legislation widely seen as setting a global precedent.

Other countries including Canada and Britain have already expressed interest in taking some sort of similar action.

Facebook has protested the laws. Last week it blocked all news content and several state government and emergency department accounts, in a jolt to the global news industry, which has already seen its business model upended by the titans of the technological revolution.

Talks between Australia and Facebook over the weekend yielded no breakthrough.

As Australia’s senate began debating the legislation, the country’s most senior lawmaker in the upper house said there would be no further amendments.

“The bill as it stands … meets the right balance,” Simon Birmingham, Australia’s Minister for Finance, told Australian Broadcasting Corp Radio.

The bill in its present form ensures “Australian-generated news content by Australian-generated news organisations can and should be paid for and done so in a fair and legitimate way”.

The laws would give the government the right to appoint an arbitrator to set content licencing fees if private negotiations fail.

While both Google and Facebook have campaigned against the laws, Google last week inked deals with top Australian outlets, including a global deal with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

“There’s no reason Facebook can’t do and achieve what Google already has,” Birmingham added.

A Facebook representative declined to comment on Monday on the legislation, which passed the lower house last week and has majority support in the Senate.

A final vote after the so-called third reading of the bill is expected on Tuesday.

Lobby group DIGI, which represents Facebook, Google and other online platforms like Twitter Inc, meanwhile said on Monday that its members had agreed to adopt an industry-wide code of practice to reduce the spread of misinformation online.

Under the voluntary code, they commit to identifying and stopping unidentified accounts, or “bots”, disseminating content; informing users of the origins of content; and publishing an annual transparency report, among other measures.

(Reporting by Byron Kaye and Colin Packham; Editing by Sam Holmes and Hugh Lawson)

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GSK and Sanofi start with new COVID-19 vaccine study after setback

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By Pushkala Aripaka and Matthias Blamont

(Reuters) – GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi on Monday said they had started a new clinical trial of their protein-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate, reviving their efforts against the pandemic after a setback in December delayed the shot’s launch.

The British and French drugmakers aim to reach final testing in the second quarter, and if the results are conclusive, hope to see the vaccine approved by the fourth quarter after having initially targeted the first half of this year.

In December, the two groups stunned investors when they said their vaccine would be delayed towards the end of 2021 after clinical trials showed an insufficient immune response in older people.

Disappointing results were probably caused by an inadequate concentration of the antigen used in the vaccine, Sanofi and GSK said, adding that Sanofi has also started work against new coronavirus variants to help plan their next steps.

Global coronavirus infections have exceeded 110 million as highly transmissible variants of the virus are prompting vaccine developers and governments to tweak their testing and immunisation strategies.

GSK and Sanofi’s vaccine candidate uses the same recombinant protein-based technology as one of Sanofi’s seasonal influenza vaccines. It will be coupled with an adjuvant, a substance that acts as a booster to the shot, made by GSK.

“Over the past few weeks, our teams have worked to refine the antigen formulation of our recombinant-protein vaccine,” Thomas Triomphe, executive vice president and head of Sanofi Pasteur, said in a statement.

The new mid-stage trial will evaluate the safety, tolerability and immune response of the vaccine in 720 healthy adults across the United States, Honduras and Panama and test two injections given 21 days apart.

Sanofi and GSK have secured deals to supply their vaccine to the European Union, Britain, Canada and the United States. It also plans to provide shots to the World Health Organization’s COVAX programme.

To appease critics after the delay, Sanofi said earlier this year it had agreed to fill and pack millions of doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine from July.

Sanofi is also working with Translate Bio on another COVID-19 vaccine candidate based on mRNA technology.

(Reporting by Pushkala Aripaka in Bengaluru and Matthias Blamont in Paris; editing by Jason Neely and Barbara Lewis)

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Don’t ignore “lockdown fatigue”, UK watchdog tells finance bosses

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LONDON (Reuters) – Staff at financial firms in Britain are suffering from “lockdown fatigue” and their bosses are not always making sure all employees can speak up freely about their problems, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Monday.

Many staff at financial companies have been working from home since Britain went into its first lockdown in March last year to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

One year on, the challenges have evolved from adapting to working remotely to dealing with mental health issues, said David Blunt, the FCA’s head of conduct specialists.

“During this third lockdown, there has been a greater impact on mental well-being, with many people struggling with job security, caring responsibilities, home schooling, bereavements and lockdown fatigue.”

Bosses should continually revisit how they lead remote teams, he said.

“The impact of COVID-19 is creating a huge workload for those considered to be high performers, while the remote environment potentially makes it much more challenging for those who were previously considered low performers to change that perception,” Blunt told a City & Financial online event.

Companies should consider “psychological safety” or ensuring that all employees feel confident about speaking out and challenging opinions.

“We’ve heard varying reports of how successful this has been,” Blunt said.

Pressures in the financial sector were highlighted this month when accountants KPMG said its UK chairman Bill Michael had stepped aside during a probe into comments he made to staff.

The Financial Times said Michael, who later apologised for his comments, had told staff to “stop moaning” about the impact of the pandemic on their work lives.

Blunt was speaking as the FCA next month completes the full rollout of rules that force senior managers at financial firms to be personally accountable for their decisions to improve conduct standards.

There have only been a “modest” number of breaches reported to regulators so far as firms worry about being “tainted” but more cases will become public as sanctions are revealed, Blunt said.

“Regulators won’t be impressed by lowballing the figures.”

(Reporting by Huw Jones; Editing by Mark Heinrich)

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