Dell's PowerEdge T710 is ideal for branch office or medium-sized business use, where performance, expandability and flexibility are key attributes.
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<p> Dell's foothold in the server market is strongest among small and medium-sized businesses, which are the prime candidates for tower-format servers such as the <a href="http://www1.euro.dell.com/uk/en/business/Servers/server-poweredge-t710/pd.aspx?refid=server-poweredge-t710&s=bsd&cs=ukbsdt1">PowerEdge T710</a>. Enterprises make use of towers too, especially in branch offices where rack-mount facilities are often absent. The T710 therefore boasts a number of enterprise-level manageability and software features, just like its rack-mounted sibling, the <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/servers/0,1000001735,39720795,00.htm">R710</a>. </p>
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