Computer maker, Dell Inc., announced a number of products on Monday aimed at creating more energy efficient desktops and data-centers.

The Round Rock, Texas-based company unveiled two enhanced PowerEdge branded servers on Monday, underscoring its goal to design the most energy-efficient products.

Dell's commitment to designing products that simplify operations and lower our customers' overall cost of ownership is unwavering, said Brad Anderson, senior vice president of Dell Product Group.

Dell has engineered its Energy Smart technology into PowerEdge 1950 and 2950 models to help decrease power consumption and reduce overall operating costs, the company said. The new systems can deliver up to 25 percent greater peformance per watt, while reducing overall power consumption by 24 percent the company said.

The company's Energy Smart technology first appeared in corporate desktops in September.