Dell EMC Expands Server Capabilities for Software-defined, Edge and High-Performance Computing

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1Based on Dell internal analysis in January 2017, comparing the projected list price cost of a similarly configured Dell PowerEdge R7415 single-socket server versus the actual list cost of a traditional dual-socket server. Actual costs will vary.

2Based on Dell EMC internal testing using the SPECjbb2015MultiJVM (critical-jOPS) benchmark in November 2017, compared to HPE testing submission to the SPEC.org committee. Actual performance will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability.

3Based on Dell internal testing using the ANSYs Fluent benchmark test in November 2017, comparing a Dell PowerEdge R7425 configured with an AMD 7601, 32-core processor to a traditional 2-socket server with an Intel 6148, 20 core processor. Actual performance will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability.

4 Footnote: Dell and HPE were statistically tied for the #1 position in the worldwide server market due to a difference of one percent or less in their 3Q17 revenues and units.  Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, 3Q17.

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