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Model naming[ edit ] Over the years, many different types of PowerEdge servers have been introduced and there was wide variety of product and family codes used within the PowerEdge name. Itanium servers[ edit ] The Dell Itanium-based servers were introduced before this new naming-convention was introduced and were only available as rack servers.
New naming conventions[ edit ] Three digits Since the introduction of the Generation 10 servers in Dell has adopted a standardized method for naming their servers; the name of each server is now represented by a letter followed by 3 digits.
The first digit refers to the number of sockets in the system: 1 to 3 for one socket, 4 to 7 for two sockets, and 8 or 9 for four sockets. The middle digit refers to the generation: 0 for Generation 10, 1 for Generation 11, and so on.
Whereas the R is a two-socket, 10th generation AMD-based rack-server. The second digit indicates the generation, with 0 for 10th generation, 1 for 11th generation and so on. The third digit indicates the number of CPU sockets, 1 for one socket and 2 for two sockets.
Blade servers[ edit ] Since Generation 10 there are models for the Me enclosure. The blade-servers in Generation 8 and Generation 9 are using another enclosure that is not compatible with the current Me system. In form-factor there are two models: half-height and full-height. In an enclosure you can fit 8 full or 16 half-height blades or a mix.
Dell PowerEdge R610 Servers
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