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Principled Technologies Releases Study on Dell EMC PowerEdge R6515 Servers’ OLTP and VDI Performance

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According to the report, PT “found that the PowerEdge R6515 cluster delivered performance improvements with 32.1 percent more OPM and lower latency for VDI users on CPU Sensitive and Storage Sensitive tasks. When we deployed Tanzu on the newer-generation cluster, we were able to run a Weathervane…

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