Dell PowerEdge M905 Blade Server
High-Performance Data Management
The Dell PowerEdge M905 Blade Server is designed to increase the overall efficiency and performance of your data management infrastructure by delivering tremendous system resources in a blade form factor.
The Dell PowerEdge M905 features robust network and virtualization capabilities including highly available I/O bandwidth that is fully redundant to the mother board level. With enhanced memory capacity, the four-socket PowerEdge M905 Blade Server is built to address critical business and IT needs such as:
- Management of server resources
- Control of server sprawl
- Reduction of energy consumption and cooling costs inside your datacenter
Add the compact dimensions of the Dell M1000e enclosure and you have a potent server solution that’s compact, easy to deploy and easy to manage.
AMD Opteron 8000 series Dual and Quad Core and 24 DIMM slots supporting up to 192GB using 24 x 8GB DIMMs.
Internal Storage up to 300GB2 via two x 2.5″ 146GB2 hot-plug SAS hard drives. Four total PCIe x8 Mezzanine Card slots per M905 blade (optional). Raid Controllers SAS6/IR (Raid 0/1) hardware based and CERC6/IR (Raid 0/1 w/ Cache).
Exceptional I/O Capability
The Dell PowerEdge M905′s exceptional I/O capacity is enhanced by its ability to deliver highly available, fully redundant I/O to the system motherboard on all three fabrics. This is critically important in data centers where high availability and redundancy are a must.
Increased RAM Capacity
Memory is one of the critical components for heavy virtualization and high-end database needs. Dell’s new full-height 4-socket M905 Blade Server delivers 24 DIMM slots to provide truly impressive memory capacity, up to 192GB.
Optimized for Virtual Environments
The Dell PowerEdge M905 Blade Server is a performance powerhouse in virtual environments featuring:
- The newest generation of Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors
- AMD Rapid Virtualization Indexing, designed to enhance performance. This technology utilizes nested-page imaging so that virtual machines have more control over memory allocation
- An internal SD card for embedded hypervisors, designed to maximize virtualization performance
- High memory capacity and truly redundant throughput capacities