PowerEdge C5000 Chassis
The 3U shared infrastructure PowerEdge™ C5000 chassis features maximized density to help
save space and lower costs
Density done right
The PowerEdge C5000 3U form factor chassis
builds on your requirements to do more with
less by capturing all-important power-saving
features in a highly dense architecture to help you
increase the revenue per square foot in your data
Giving you 4x the density with 75% less to cool,
the PowerEdge C5000 chassis utilizes a shared
infrastructure that is affordable and efficient so
you can offer more compute power, producing
one of the most dense hyperscale server
chassis available today. In addition to the 92%
efficient hot-plug redundant power supplies, the
PowerEdge C5000 chassis has fewer and more
efficient fans, using 1/6th the amount of fans than
a traditional 1U.
The PowerEdge C5000 chassis is easily
serviceable, containing hot-swap power supplies,
and server nodes for increased availability.
PowerEdge C5125 or C5220 microservers are
showcased in the PowerEdge C5000 3U chassis.
The PowerEdge C5125 microservers, based on
the AMD® Phenom™ II and Athlon™ II series
processor, meets the demanding needs of
dedicated and Web 2.0 customers by providing up
to 12 independent 1-socket server nodes that can
be ordered with as few as 4 nodes to allow you to
grow as your customer demand expands.
The PowerEdge C5220 microservers are powered
by Intel's® Xeon™ E3-1200 series processors.
The PowerEdge C5220 microserver was
developed for the demands of dedicated and
virtual hosting, CDN, and Web 2.0 applications
with feature rich requirements.
Global services and support
Dell's broad portfolio of planning, implementation
and maintenance services can help accelerate your
IT initiatives and grow your business. Dell services
can be tailored to complement how you manage
your environment. Options include, but are not
limited to, infrastructure consulting services to help
you optimize your data center, and custom rack
• 4x the density of traditional
• Shared infrastructure uses
less floor space, power and
• Hot swap server nodes and