Artikelen gelabeld: converged infrastructure

Start Small and Grow with EHC on VxRail

Today, Dell EMC VxRail Appliance is celebrating its first anniversary in the market. Since the initial launch, we’ve sold 8,000 VxRail nodes to customers in 78 countries. This makes VxRail the industry’s most rapidly adopted hyper-converged infrastructure appliance. I’m pleased to announce that Dell EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud is now available [...]

What do Citrix XenDesktop and VMware Horizon have in common?

At Citrix Summit this week, Dell announced expansion of its hyper-converged infrastructure portfolio for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) with Dell EMC VxRail Appliance 4.0 Solution for Citrix XenDesktop. VxRail Appliances, including models based on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, have rapidly forged a leadership position in the exploding hyper-converged marketplace. VxRail configure-to-order [...]

Bouwpakket of Plug n’ Play?

Sinds jaar en dag zijn IT organisaties gewend om met losse en individuele hardware en software componenten een IT-infrastructuur te realiseren. Tijdens dit proces komen er verschillende fasen aan bod. Meestal begint dit met het vastleggen van de eisen die door de business worden uitgesproken. Deze eisen moeten de business [...]

The Power of Dell + EMC = Increased Choice, Broader Use Case...

Today we announced the inclusion of Dell EMC PowerEdge servers into our hyper-converged infrastructure portfolio (HCI). Incorporating the world’s number one server platform into our already market leading portfolio is testament to our vision of Dell EMC being stronger, and better together. We have used the combined power of the [...]

Dell EMC Integrated Systems Recognized as Market Leader in G...

Integrated systems based on converged and hyper-converged infrastructure have come a long way in a few short years. There are now instances of these systems spanning everything from appliances designed to be deployed primarily in remote offices with minimal IT intervention to full blown block systems running mission critical workloads [...]