It brings together servers, storage and management into a single box the size of a tower server that fits well into any office and puts an end to bunches of cables, unnecessary extra devices and needless maintenance costs. What's more, noise is kept to a minimum.
The revolutionary PowerEdge VRTX acts like your own data centre in a box, catering for all your back office needs. Dell has put the power and function of a data centre into one small package that can change the face of IT in your small to medium business or remote office. It really is a game-changer.
It's simple to manage too – you can remove the need for time-consuming and expensive management interface retraining – the Dell PowerEdge VRTX consolidates all of your disparate management tools into one comprehensive and easy-to-use console that provides at-a-glance health status. And if you're setting up your first server, it's a straightforward process.
There's a huge potential storage capacity too, with up to 48TB of data across 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch drives of your choice and can take 76GB RAM. You'll benefit from the high availability that's a trademark of RAID. There's data protection and encryption technology
Network performance is also the preserve of PowerEdge VRTX, with integrated Gigabit network ports. And, naturally, you'll receive Dell ProSupport for all your service needs. With Dell PowerEdge VRTX your business technology needs are all catered for.
Don't know where to start? The first step is to contact a Dell expert to understand how Dell's technology and services can help your business. Find out more at dell.co.uk/vrtx
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