Dell isn’t resting its laurels after launching the powerful Inspiron 14 7000 series and introducing its powerful Alienware Area-51 a few days back, the company has launched a series of new Precision workstations to address the critical requirements of customers in compute-intensive fields such as engineering, manufacturing, and media and entertainment. The all new Precision workstations will come in tower and rack form factors, the models being introduced this time are the Dell Precision Tower 5810, Tower 7810, Tower 7910, and Rack 7910.

These new workstations come with the latest generation Intel Xeon processors with up to 1TB of DDR4 memory support and offers powerful workstation graphics hardware from both NVIDIA or AMD, the new Precision workstations also features Thunderbolt 2 technology to enable extreme fast data transfers of up to 20Gb/s, these new systems are also optimized and independent software vendor (ISV) certified to run the most demanding applications. In addition, Dell is introducing its new DellPrecision Optimizer v2.0, which automatically configures workstation settings to maximize application performance.

The updated Dell Precision tower workstation portfolio includes the single socket Tower 5810 and high-power dual processor Tower 7810, which both offer innovative design features within a compact footprint, and the highly expandable Tower 7910 that delivers ultimate workstation performance and scalability. The innovative chassis design on the systems includes quick releasehard drives, a tool-less, externally accessible power supply, and a lockable front bezel for added security and delivers improved acoustics performance, running up to 49 percent quieter than Dell’s previous generation of tower workstations

The new Dell Precision Rack 7910 offers all the capabilities of the Tower 7910 in a 2U rack form factor, with complete qualification and support for workstation virtualization with Citrix XenServer and VMware ESX hypervisors. It is also the first DellPrecision workstation to include an Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC), which increases security by enabling complete remote datacenter manageability in a “lights out” environment.

Availability of the new Dell Precision workstations will start from September 10, 2014 onwards through Dell authorized resellers, visit for more details on how you can buy these powerful workstations.


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