Transform IT with the Right Mix of Converged Technologies

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A typical hyperconverged system integrates storage, compute and networking into one virtual structure, managed in scale-out clusters through a single interface. It powers the data center with workload ready resources that can be deployed in minutes instead of days. Essentially, it delivers more capacity in a smaller footprint that takes up less space in the data center and uses less of your data center resources. It’s no wonder researchers are seeing more enterprises make the shift toward hyperconverged technology. 

IDC reports the largest segment of software-defined storage is hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), which boasts a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 26.6 percent and revenues that are forecast to hit $7.15 billion in 2021.

In addition to cloudlike economics, a hyperconverged environment offers a host of benefits. 

Listen to learn:

  • The advantages of hyper-connected enterprise
  • The difference between hyperconverged systems and composable infrastructure
  • How bringing together compute, storage and networking into a single platform can boost business
  • How to choose the right mix of converged technologies for you


Check out the slides from the Meet the Experts web event,
or listen to the on-demand recording below.

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