Dell PowerEdge T620 Review
The Dell PowerEdge T620 is a feature-rich, 2-socket tower server with up to 24 DIMMs, storage capacity of up to 32 drive bays, and Intel® Xeon® E5 processing power. The T620 shines in its ability to handle demanding virtualization environments with up to 16 processor cores and high memory density. The T620 is an excellent platform for key workloads such as databases, web serving, customer relationship management (CRM), desktop virtualization, medical imaging and security management.
Designed for demanding small and medium business environments
The extensive memory (768GB), large local storage capacity, and I/O flexibility in the PowerEdge T620 make it an attractive platform for server consolidation projects. The T620 features allow you to achieve space savings, utilize your IT administrator’s time more efficiently and minimize potential software licensing fees. The T620 is a flexible server with excellent energy efficiency and acoustical performance, allowing it to be placed into quiet office settings, like remote branches and open office environments. The T620 can also be rack-mounted for your growing environments. Businesses and organizations with remote offices need not worry, as the T620 offers consistent worldwide support. Safeguard your data and business Features that protect data and help keep the server running are essential. The T620 and its large storage capacity offers both software-based RAID and hardware RAID controllers to protect critical business information with several RAID options. The features that help to keep your business up and running include reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) options like hot-swappable fans, disks and power supplies, along with redundant, failsafe hypervisors that minimize the need to take a server out of production to replace parts.
The PowerEdge server line
The PowerEdge family is engineered with the right combination of features and performance scalability to handle tough workloads for businesses and organizations of all sizes. The Dell OpenManage™ systems management portfolio includes Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) with Lifecycle Controller. This embedded feature helps IT administrators manage Dell servers in physical, virtual, local and remote environments, operating in-band or out-of-band, with or without a systems management software agent. OpenManage integrates and connects to third-party systems management solutions so you can maintain your single point of control and capitalize on your existing investment. OpenManage simplifies the lifecycle of deploying, updating, monitoring and maintaining your Dell PowerEdge servers.