Dell EMC PowerFlex
from Dell

Flexibility Unleashed

The Dell EMC PowerFlex software-defined infrastructure platform enables organizations to harness the power of software and embrace change while achieving consistently predictable outcomes for mission-critical workloads. PowerFlex is a modern foundation that delivers extreme flexibility, massive performance and linear scalability while simplifying complete infrastructure management. It’s the ideal foundation for organizations to modernize their datacenter and workload infrastructure.

PowerFlex empowers organizations to move faster and respond effectively to rapidly changing business needs. It provides unprecedented freedom to deploy and scale the critical workloads that drive your business, while ensuring exceptional simplicity and manageability.

Harness the Power of Software

Unlock massive performance, scalability, and resiliency with software-first architecture.

Embrace Change

Respond to changing business needs effortlessly with a flexible, agile foundation.

Deliver Predictable Outcomes

Ensure enterprise-class outcomes with extensive automation and superior workload execution.

Modern Software-Defined Platform for your Mission-Critical Workloads


Dell’s newest PowerEdge rack servers are designed to address your most challenging workloads, working autonomously and collaboratively across all your IT environments. Paired with our OpenManage integrated IT management system, PowerEdge rack servers include our most powerful automation and reporting features yet – freeing you to focus on growing your business.

New PowerEdge rack servers are designed with intrinsic security from concept to retirement, and optimized to power your systems to work together and independently.

One-socket (single CPU) rack servers offer a cost-effective balance of performance and storage capacity to make IT easy. Designed to easily grow and evolve with your business.

Two-socket (dual CPU) rack servers offer a wide variety of features to accommodate more demanding workloads. Offered in price and performance configurations to suit most environments.

Four-socket (four CPU) rack servers are the workhorses of the data center, offering the highest performance for the most demanding workloads like data analytics, AI and GPU database acceleration.