Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Dell Blade Users Spend $15,000 Less Per Year

A press release by Dell shows that a recent study between Dell, HP and IBM blades, shows that Dell’s M610 blade servers will consume up to 20% less power per blade over their competitors’ blades. I’ve listed a few highlights of the article (Click here for full article) below:
  • If a customer were to deploy 160 PowerEdge M610 blades in 10 fully populated Dell M1000e chassis versus a 160 blade server solution from HP and 140 blade servers from IBM, over the course of five years they could expect to save up to $60,902.80 when compared with a similar solution from HP and up to $20,391.40 when compared with a similar solution from IBM.
  • The energy saving only on one fully populated Dell M1000e chassis is enough to power a home for one year.
  • Both fully populated, the Dell M1000e used up to 24 percent less power at idle and up to 13 percent less power at 100 percent CPU utilization than an HP C7000
For more information on Dell blades and to start saving money by adding Dell blades to your business (shameless plug!) contact your Vista Computer Sales rep – which is me, Justin Bush.

-JB

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