The PowerEdge R910 is built for reliability through factory integration and validation. The Dell one-touch process is designed to ensure one person is responsible for the entire server build, resulting in greater quality control. Every fully configured Dell server is tested (and re-tested) before it leaves the factory providing customers a fully configured and tested ready-to-deploy server.
Internal Dual SD module provides failover at the hypervisor; this feature was designed based on customer reliability feedback. Dell listened and delivered.
With Intel Advanced RAS Technology features never before seen in an industry-standard server, the PowerEdge R910 can automatically monitor, report, and recover from hardware errors to maintain data integrity and keep mission-critical services online.
Performance resources, power efficiency, I/O, and memory scalability are essential to maximizing workload in the data centre. The PowerEdge R910 delivers the highest performing Intel®Xeon® processors, up to 1TB of DDR3 memory, and 2 x 10Gb Optional LOM with 10 PCIe slots to help consolidate inefficient workloads.
Energy-efficient system design built with Energy Smart technologies includes power management features enabling power capping, power inventory, and power budgeting within your specific environment. Logical component layout of the internal components aids with airflow direction, helping to keep the server cool.
Intelligent platforms, connected foundations
The PowerEdge R910 follows the eleventh generation PowerEdge behavioural specifications with the same system design commonality and usability true to the entire portfolio. All eleventh generation servers are designed to make the user experience easier while saving time and money.
Dell system management solutions focus on simplicity, efficiency, cost containment and reduction, and an adherence to open standards. Our systems management solutions are complemented by, connected to, and integrated with third-party offerings, thereby delivering comprehensive solutions across the complete solutions stack.
The Lifecycle Controller is a chip that is integrated on the server. It helps to simplify administrator tasks by performing a complete set of provisioning functions such as system deployment, system updates, hardware configuration, and diagnostics in a pre-OS environmentall from a single, intuitive interface called the Unified Server Configurator (USC).