Dell Delivers New Capabilities with Data-Centric Technologies – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 645

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Brian Payne, Vice President for Product Management & Product Marketing for PowerEdge Servers at Dell EMC, joins Chip Chat to discuss satisfying future customer infrastructure needs with 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory. Payne’s team defines Dell’s PowerEdge hardware portfolio, shepherding new products through development and into the marketplace, as well as contributing to the software and systems management capabilities used in PowerEdge.

In this interview, Payne speaks to the advancement of the data center and IT transformation to being a central part of many businesses and how Dell is working to satisfy new and varied IT requirements. Payne highlights the move for many organizations to software-defined infrastructure and explains why this makes Intel Xeon processor based PowerEdge systems “the bedrock of the datacenter.” Additionally, Payne talks about how Intel Optane DC persistent Memory is impacting the capabilities that Dell can deliver to its customers. Finally, Payne describes Dell’s approach to security in the data center and how it’s helping customers detect, react, and recover from any threats.

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