In March Dell unveiled its Solutions For The Virtual Era strategy and differentiated approach to the datacenter. This announcement showcased our commitment to customers to deliver open enterprise IT solutions that simplify the way technology is deployed, integrated and maintained in today’s data centers. This approach is predicated on Dell’s hallmarks of delivering open, capable and affordable solutions which give customers flexibility now and in the future. Delivering all three is what separates Dell from the rest of the pack.
Today we are building on that strategy by delivering new technology that helps customers dramatically accelerate the benefits of virtualization. New Dell EqualLogic storage products, Dell PowerConnect networking solutions and Dell PowerEdge blade servers , all built on industry-standards, plus new Dell Storage, Virtualization and Support Services, drive organizational and application agility - so customers can focus on innovation as opposed to basic maintenance. Some key highlights include:
Dell EqualLogic and Dell PowerVault Storage Platforms
Dell PowerEdge Servers and Systems Management Capabilities
Dell PowerConnect Networking Solutions
Dell also has introduced six new Business Ready Configurations to help customers more quickly deploy fully integrated virtualization-ready data center solutions. These offerings leverage the latest technologies from Dell to rapidly accelerate the benefits of virtualization for customers using either VMware or Microsoft hypervisors, with best-of-breed server, storage, networking, and virtualization technologies in pre-configured and fully validated bundles.
Dell will continue to be a driving force to help customers achieve the full potential of this new era, the Virtual Era. For vendors like IBM, HP, and Oracle the agenda centers on lock-in, selling more service opportunities and account control which isn’t in the best interest of the customer. This is why Dell focuses on standards-based, connected technologies. It’s what is right for customers, delivering a converged infrastructure without the lock-in.
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