American privately owned multinational computer technology company, Dell has recently introduced a series of new enterprise appliances and integrated systems to drive simplicity and ease of use across the data centre, and help customers achieve quicker business insights and agility.
The introduction of new engineered solutions from Dell represent the next step in the company’s ongoing efforts to help businesses of all sizes realize greater returns on their investments in enterprise applications, and accelerate value from their technology.
The new workload-specific infrastructure appliances and integrated systems are expected to dramatically speed deployment, management and time to results for companies of all sizes.
Dell is teaming up with leading enterprise software companies to integrate and optimize Dell infrastructure and management capabilities, with some of the most widely deployed applications and workloads in enterprises today.
Dell is moving quickly to deliver appliances to accelerate the value customers get from their technology by simplifying the deployment and management of large-scale enterprise applications, while at the same time ensuring best-in-class performance, response times, and insights to critical business data.
“Dell is focused on making it easier for businesses to solve their IT challenges so they can spend more time thinking about their customers and less on operations.
“We do this in part by helping businesses quickly, reliably and cost-effectively stand up tier-1 applications, and the appliances and integrated systems announced today help accelerate the value customers can get from their technology,” Marius Haas, Chief Commercial Officer and President of enterprise solutions, Dell, SAID.
“The new solutions we announced a joint partnership with Oracle, Cloudera and Nutanix are first of many new workload-specific solutions Dell will introduce in the coming quarters.”
“Dell Acceleration Appliance for Databases combines industry-leading Dell servers and proven Fusion-io flash memory to maximise data-intensive application performance,” Fusion-io CEO and Chairman of the Board Shane Robison, said.