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New Dell server designed for business apps

The Round Rock, Texas, company releases a new server designed to run business databases, engineering applications and enterprise resource planning applications from companies such as Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.

Dell's latest server is shooting for a job in business. The Round Rock, Texas, company on Monday released the PowerEdge 7250, which is designed to run business databases, engineering applications and enterprise resource planning applications from companies such as Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.

The PowerEdge 7250 can be configured with up to four 64-bit Itanium 2 processors running at 1.5GHz and with 32GB of RAM, a Dell representative said. Over time, higher-capacity memory modules will allow it to offer up to 64GB of RAM, the representative said. Dell said in a statement the server would start at $12,499. When configured with a pair of 1.3GHz Itanium 2 chips and 2GB of RAM, its price comes to $16,500, according to Dell's Web site for medium and large businesses.