As a result, the gap between traditional and new app requirement has widened significantly.
To bridge this gap, Dell has introduced what it calls “future-ready solutions,” for software-defined data centres. The announcement also affects infrastructure architecture, storage solutions and custom apps aimed to cut operating costs and provide business clients with an edge.
“Dell is placing customers first and delivering IT solutions which allow them to transform and future-proof their data centres without having to sacrifice the past,” Marius Haas, CCO and president of Dell’s enterprise solutions group, said in a press release. “The new solutions announced today showcase Dell’s commitment to helping customers prepare for a software-defined data centre and truly allow them to optimize their environments to meet specific workload needs.”
The PowerEdge FX architecture is an approach to converged infrastructure, It helps businesses cut back on costs by combining with servers and networking on a single platform for budget infrastructure. The Dell storage SC4020 is an entry-level all-flash configuration and storage array.
The Dell storage PS4210 series is ideal for small-to-medium virtualized data centres and remote offices. The XC Series is aimed at web-scale converged appliances and enterprise storage.
The 10GbE iSCSI arrays build upon the success of previous editions by offering up to six times performance improvement with new hybrid arrays.
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