News.com: Dell Computer released its latest high-end business servers on Wednesday, promising that the machines will provide customers with more power to handle complex database applications.
The hardware maker introduced its Dell PowerEdge 6800 and PowerEdge 6850 server models, each of which feature four of Intel's latest 64-bit Xeon processors. Dell claims the machines will deliver 32 percent faster performance than its previous four-processor servers and said the database-oriented computers are ideal for tasks such as server consolidation and virtualization, and migration from RISC-based systems.
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