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Server Infrastructure

Server infrastructure, comprised of CPUs, memory, storage and management tools, is the backbone of any organization’s data center. Ensure your servers can accommodate the increasing need to store, manage and analyze data.
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Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI)
Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) can be thought of as software-centric data center infrastructure that seamlessly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization technologies to give end users a unified scale-out platform. Reduce data center complexity, increase scalability, improve time-to-value and potentially lower costs.
Converged Infrastructure
Converged infrastructure groups multiple IT components — servers, storage, networking infrastructure, infrastructure management software, automation and orchestration — into one optimized package. Centralize the management of infrastructure resources, consolidate systems, lower costs and increase resource-utilization rates, consistency and availability.
Hybrid Cloud Platforms
Bridge the gap between public and private cloud.
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