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Encyclopedia > Dell PowerEdge

PowerEdge is the name given to all of the servers produced by Dell, Inc. The first generation was produced in 1996. Before, all of Dell's servers used Intel Pentium or Xeon processors, but from 2006 Dell started shipping servers using AMD Opteron processors too. The servers ship with either Microsoft Windows, SUSE, Red Hat Linux or no operating system preinstalled. They are configured as tower, rack optimized, or blade servers. All systems come with Dell OpenManage for integrated systems management. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Dell Inc. ... Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC, SEHK: 4335), founded in 1968 as Integrated Electronics Corporation, is an American multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits. ... Pentium logo, with MMX enhancement The Pentium is a fifth-generation x86 architecture microprocessor by Intel. ... Xeon logo as of 2006. ... Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. ... The AMD Opteron (codenamed SledgeHammer during development) was the first of AMDs eighth-generation x86 processors based on the K8 or Hammer core, and the first processor to implement the AMD64 (formerly x86-64) instruction set architecture. ... Microsoft Windows is the name of several families of proprietary operating systems by Microsoft. ... SUSE (properly pronounced , but often pronounced /suzi/) is a major retail Linux distribution, produced in Germany. ... Red Hat Linux was a popular Linux distribution assembled by Red Hat until the early 2000s, when it was discontinued. ... An operating system (OS) is a computer program that manages the hardware and software resources of a computer. ... IBM HS20 blade server. ... OpenManage, a Dell, Inc. ...

Model Chassis Chipset CPU RAM Drive bays Comments
300 SC Tower Pentium III
350 1U Rack Pentium III 750Mhz-1.0Ghz or
Celeron 600+
128MB-1GB SDRAM, 4
unbuffered and registered PC-100
(2) int. 3.5 ATA-100
(1) slim 3.5" floppy
(1) slim CD-ROM
(2) Intel 82559 10/100
125 W
898 BTU/hr (max)
Introduced circa 2001
420 SC Tower Pentium 4 or Celeron DDR2 PC3200/PC4300, 4
430 SC Tower Pentium 4 or Celeron D Up to 4GB
ECC DDR2-533 SDRAM
(2) ext. 5.25"
(1) ext. 3.5"
(2) int. 3.5"
500 SC Pentium III 1.0+ or Celeron 800Mhz+ ECC PC-133 SDRAM, 4
600 SC Tower Pentium 4 2.0+ or Celeron 1.7+ ECC PC-200 DDR SDRAM
650
830 Tower Pentium 4 Up to 8GB
ECC DDR2-533/667 MHz SDRAM
4 HDD bays
850 1U Rack
700 Tower
750 1U Rack 2.8-GHz Pentium 4 2 HDD bays (SCSI)
1300 Tower dual Pentium III 600MHz
1400 SC Tower 1-2 Pentium III processors 4 ECC registered PC-133 SDRAM sockets Ultra3 SCSI controller
1420 SC Tower 1 or 2 Xeon, 800Mhz FSB Up to 8GB
DDR SDRAM
(3) internal 3.5"
(2) 5.25 external
up to 4 HDD
1425 SC 1U Rack
1435 SC 1U Rack Up to 2 dual-core 64-bit AMD Opteron® processors Up to 32GB ECC DDR-2 SDRAM 2 Internal SAS/SATA HDDs
1500 SC Tower 1-2 Pentium III 1.1 GHz processors 4 registered PC-133 SDRAM sockets 6 hot-swappable Ultra3 SCSI HDD bays
1550
1600 SC Tower Inexpensive trainer for VMware ESX
1650 1U Rack
1655 3U Blade
1750 1U Rack 3 HDD bays (SCSI)
1800 Tower 1 or 2 Xeon, 800Mhz FSB Up to 12GB
ECC DDR-2 SDRAM
6 HDD bays (SCSI)
1850 1U Rack
1855 7U Blade 2 HDD (SCSI) Uses same blade chassis as 1955
1900 Tower 1 or 2 Duo Core Xeon®  ? 6 SCSI HDD Bays. This model replaces the 1800 but noteably has only 1 PSU (1800 had 2 PSU's)
1950 1U Rack 1 or 2 Xeon® 5000 and 5100 series Up to 32GB
ECC DDR-2 SDRAM
2 HDD (SAS)
1955 7U Blade 2 HDD (SAS) Uses same blade chassis as 1855
2200 Tower 1-2 Pentium II processors, 233 - 333 Mhz 4 ECC sockets 3 full size SCSI drives (screw in)
2300 Tower 1-2 Pentium II processors, 333 - 400 MHz Up to 1GB
4 unregistered PC-100 SDRAM sockets
6 Ultra2 SCSI HDD bays Introduced circa 1999
2400 Tower 1-2 Pentium III processors, 500 MHz minimum 4 registered PC-133 SDRAM sockets 6 Ultra2 SCSI HDD bays
2450 2U Rack
2500 Tower
2500 SC Tower
2550 2U Rack 1-2 Pentium III processors, 933 MHz minimum Up to 4GB registered
PC133 SDRAM
5 internal SCSI bays Introduced circa 2001
2600 Rack
2650 3U Rack 1-2 Xeon processors,
minimum 1.8GHz
256MB - 6GB PC-1600 DDR SDRAM in 6 slots 5 HDD bays (SCSI) Introduced circa 2001
2800 Tower 8 to 10 HDD bays (SCSI)
2850 2U Rack 6 HDD bays (SCSI)
2900 Tower 1 or 2 Xeon® 5000 and 5100 series Up to 48GB
ECC DDR-2 SDRAM
8 HDD bays (SAS)
2950 2U Rack 1 or 2 Xeon® 5000 and 5100 series Up to 32GB
ECC DDR-2 SDRAM
8 HDD bays (SAS)
3250 Rack
4100 Tower
4200 Tower
4300 4U Rack
4350 Rack
4400 7U Rack
or Tower
1-2 Pentium III processors, 600MHz minimum Up to 4GB registered
PC133 SDRAM
Up to 10 internal SCSI bays Introduced circa 1999
4600 Rack
5150 Rack
6100 Tower
6300 Tower 1-4 Pentium II processors 4 registered EDO DIMM sockets 6 Ultra2 SCSI HDD bays
6350 4U Rack Quad 550MHz Pentium II Xeon Up to 4GB 3 HDD bays
6400 Tower 1-4 Pentium III processors, 550 MHz minimum Up to 8GB
16 registered PC-133 SDRAM sockets
6 or 8 Ultra3 SCSI drives Introduced circa 1999
6450 4U Rack Up to Quad 900MHz Pentium 3 Xeon Up to 8GB
16 registered PC-133 SDRAM sockets
4 internal SCSI bays Introduced circa 1999
6600 Tower
6650 Rack
6800 Tower Up to 4 Xeon® 7100 series Up to 64GB
ECC DDR-2 SDRAM
12 HDD bays ??
6850 4U Rack
6950 4U Rack Up to 4 Dual Core AMD Opteron® 8200 series processors
2.0 - 2.8GHz
Up to 64GB ECC DDR-2 SDRAM 5 SAS/SATA HDD Bays Introduced in 2006
7150 Rack
7250 Rack
8450 Rack

In information theory and coding, an error-correcting code or ECC is a code in which each data signal conforms to specific rules of construction so that departures from this construction in the received signal can generally be automatically detected and corrected. ... Registered (sometimes called buffered) memory modules have additional components between the SDRAM modules and the systems memory controller. ...

References

  • Dell History
  • Dell PowerEdge 2850 PC Magazine Editor's Choice

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