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Dell Introduces Equipment for Systems That Need Refreshing

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Dell, keeping a literal open mind about all things data center, June 9 introduced a bevy of new open-standards servers, storage and networking equipment for older enterprise IT systems that might need refreshing.

The Round Rock, Texas-based hardware and software maker unveiled two new Dell EqualLogic storage arrays, two PowerVault storage arrays, two PowerEdge blade servers, a PowerEdge rack-mount server, and a new series of Juniper Networks-built PowerConnect switching/routing gateways.

A list of new storage, server, virtualization and support services also were made available for all of the above.

All the new hardware is built upon open industry standards, so it plays well with many other brands of middleware, firmware, and hardware in the data center, Dell enterprise strategist Matt Baker told eWEEK.

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