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DELL POWEREDGE R530 2U SOCKET RACK SERVER WITH E5-2620v4 Processor

DELL POWEREDGE R530 2U SOCKET RACK SERVER WITH E5-2620v4 Processor - DEALER PRICE LIST | SPECIFICATION | HYDERABAD | CHENNAI

DELL POWEREDGE R530 2U SOCKET RACK SERVER WITH E5-2620v4 Processor - Offer Price


Rs.209000/-*


Product Description



  • FORM FACTOR – R530 2U Socket Rack Server
  • Processor:Intel Xeon E5-2620v4(2.1GHz/8-core/20MB/85W)
  • RAM: 1X16 GB DDR4 Memory
  • Max HDD Scalability: 8LFF (3.5inch) Hot Plug SAS/SATA
  • 1X inbuilt (550W)power supply
  • Hard disk:1X300GB SAS (2.5 inch with 3.5 inch carrier) 10K RPM
  • RAID InBuilt:RAID 0 1 5 (H730)+1GB CACHE
  • Warranty:3 Yrs. Pro-Support & Mission Critical/ 24x7 4Hr Onsite





Accelerate performance across a wide range of workloads:
Designed for data centers needing an affordable, virtualization-ready, 2-socket rack server, the R530 is an excellent platform for a wide range of common business applications, including:
  • Mail and messaging
  • File and print
  • Workgroup collaboration
  • Web serving
  • Video streaming

Deliver peak performance
Accelerate results across a wide range of workloads with the latest Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 product family, with up to 22 cores per processor.

Boost memory and I/O performance with: 
12 DIMM slots and DDR4 memory, providing as much as 15 percent greater memory bandwidth and drawing up to 30 percent less power than previous-generation DDR3 RAM
  • Five PCIe slots, including three PCIe Gen3 slots that drive twice the data throughput compared to PCIe Gen2

Discover greater versatility:
Adapt to changing workload conditions with an expandable platform ready for virtualization and high-availability clustering. The R530 easily accommodates data growth with support for up to eight 8.8cm (3.5) hard drives and a range of RAID options for data protection and optimized performance. In addition, Dell’s innovative Failsafe Hypervisor provides hypervisor redundancy, giving the R530 additional resiliency compared to single-point-of-failure implementations.