Cyber-Resilient Infrastructure Starts with Server Security

Dell PowerEdge servers, powered by the latest 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processors

In a digital economy, data is capital. Top-to-bottom and end-to-end security is important for firms to protect themselves from data breaches. When a breach does occur, detecting and recovering from it in a timely fashion is equally important. This research paper discusses the importance of a security-focused approach when investing in the next wave of IT infrastructure.

Customers can expect up to a 121% performance improvement, 33% more storage capacity for 2U servers and 60% higher storage for 1U servers*

Based on Dell analysis of submitted SPECFPRate score of 1410 achieved on a Dell PowerEdge R7625 with AMD EPYC™ 9654S processors compared to the previous high score of 636 on a Dell PowerEdge R7525 with AMD EPYC™ 7763 processors as of 11/3/2022. Actual performance will vary. Storage Capacity on Dell internal analysis of available front drive slots going from a maximum of 24 drives in prior generation configurations to 32 E3.S drives config option in the latest gen 2U platforms and 10 to 16 drives for 1U platforms. Available storage will depend on configuration and drives chosen.