With the official launch of Intel’s latest generation of Xeon Scalable processors now underway, Intel’s major partners and OEMs are announcing updates to their product lines using the new hardware. Dell is one of those primary partners, and reached out to us late last week to fill us in on the new details. Dell is focusing mostly on the midrange performance boosts, as well as offering Optane solutions to the markets that can best take advantage of it.
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