The Dell EMC PowerEdge T440 Tower server is made for little to medium-sized companies that may not have the space for a specialized server area. It offers powerful performance thanks to Intel’s new Xeon Scalable family of processors, more memory, as well as boosted security features contrasted to the previous-generation PowerEdge T630.
A couple of Intel’s First-/Second-generation Xeon Scalable Processors are sustained on this system. Administrators can pick from Bronze, Gold, Silver, or a Platinum CPU sustaining up to 28 cores making use of Gen 2 Scalable processors or 14 cores utilizing initial generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors. Begin with simply a solitary CPU or acquisition with twin CPUs.
Administrators have storage space alternatives with the Dell T440 tower server. It will support either hot-swap or cabled drives yet with a cabled drive setup the drives are mounted in an internal drive carrier. Two frameworks sustain either four/eight 3.5-inch SAS or SATA HDDs or SSDs for as much as 80TB of storage.
Certainly, you can additionally mount 2.5-inch drives in the 3.5-inch drive ports using an options 2.5-inch drive adapter. One more alternative includes up to 16x 2.5-inch drive bays, as well as an optimum storage space capacity of 61TB. Optionally, Administrators can likewise mount a PCIe M. 2 storage tool. Boot Optimized Storage Space Subsystems or BOSS uses super-fast boot and HWRAID for 2 M. 2 storage space devices of either 120GB or 240GB. For hypervisor assistance, you can pick an interior Double SD Card Component with vFlash that can provide failsafe redundancy when used in a mirror set. The vFlash module on the iDSDCM provides 16GB of storage. A number of heritage storage space HD/RAID controllers are supported along with three update versions, the S140, H740P, as well as for exterior storage space the H840 which can support as many as 255 storage space tools, as well as can be coupled with the Dell PowerVault MD14XX storage room for straight attached storage (DAS). A 12Gb/s SAS HBA offers network-connected storage space (NAS) alternatives. Non-Uniform Memory Design (NUMA) is sustained.