Photo - William Tan, Head of Enterprise Solutions, Dell Malaysia.
Dell has announced new additions to its established range of Dell PowerEdge 13th generation servers in Malaysia, with the introduction of four new entry-level servers that provide greater performance, flexibility and efficiency.
Speaking in Kuala Lumpur, Dell Malaysia's commercial business general manager KT Ong and head of enterprise solutions William Tan said the new servers will especially help small and midsize businesses (SMBs) in Malaysia to prepare for future business growth.
Ong said a recent global research of IT decision makers showed that the top IT pain points for SMBs around the globe include performance, hardware capacity and IT complexity. The study, commissioned by Dell, was undertaken by Penn, Schoen & Berland Research of IT decision markers at small businesses (with 10 to 99 employees) in the United States and United Kingdom].
He said the latest Dell PowerEdge servers help customers with these specific pain points by delivering accelerated performance, better adaptation to changing application demands and enhanced operational efficiency.
Dell Malaysia's Tan said the new Dell PowerEdge servers, which are available now, include the PowerEdge R330 and R230 rack servers and the PowerEdge T330 and T130 tower servers. For the first time, Dell's entry-level server T130 features Dell's leading OpenManage systems management portfolio giving SMBs simple and intuitive tools that reduce deployment time by up to 40 percent and provide streamlined management.
"There are more than 125 million SOHO and SMB customers around the globe, and these customers operate in challenging, fast-changing environments - with most not having the luxury of a dedicated IT department. These customers require IT solutions that help them prepare for future growth, drive application performance and improve operational efficiency," he said.
"Dell has been helping customers in this space achieve their goals for decades and our new entry-level PowerEdge servers have the performance, expandability and flexibility to help them do business even more efficiently," Tan said.
"Dell has a long history addressing the unique needs of small and midsize customers," said Jed Scaramella, research director, Enterprise Servers, IDC. "Dell's mainstream server portfolio is growing, and their new entry-level PowerEdge servers will be appealing to additional SMBs around the world who are hoping to save time and money while reducing business risk."
Visit Dell's website for more information about Dell PowerEdge T130, T330, R230 and R330.
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