It’s time to re-think networking.
Today, companies are faced with an explosion of data growth. Applications have been migrated from laptops to “the cloud,” while an increasingly mobile workforce demands ubiquitous, secure access to all resources from any device. The proliferation of cloud, virtualization, mobility & traffic growth requires that businesses have to become more agile and flexible just to keep up.
This requires a new approach. Dell’s Virtual Network Architecture (VNA) is built for today’s dynamic IT environments and positions the network as an enabler for business; one that intelligently connects you to the workloads, applications and data you need to effectively grow your business.
An open framework for efficient IT infrastructure and workload intelligence, VNA allows customers to achieve more, get real results faster and maximize efficiency through…
For Dell Networking, we’re happy to announce that we have fully integrated Force10 Networks and are accelerating our product, solutions and sales efforts. In the six months since acquiring Force10 Networks, Dell has dramatically extended the availability of Force10 products like the Dell Force10 Z9000 (video) worldwide. The Dell Force10 products, technology and engineering have and will continue to play a critical role in Dell VNA.
Throughout 2012, Dell Networking will continue to exhibit technology leadership through a number of product launches from Force10, PowerConnect and M-Series Blade IO. We will feature these at upcoming events including Interop and Dell Storage Forum. We’d like to invite you to come visit us at these events.
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