Dell Technologies announces Dell EMC VxRail hyper converged infrastructure (HCI) systems with enhanced performance based on recently launched Dell EMC PowerEdge servers. The leader in HCl systems also delivers new software advancements and the introduction of dynamic nodes that evolve how customers use VxRail to more effectively use existing resources and support demanding workloads with Dell Technologies storage.
As the only HCI system jointly engineered with VMware, VxRail delivers unique automation and orchestration capabilities that allow its more than 12,000 customers to accelerate business outcomes across core data centers, cloud and edge locations. According to IDC research, VxRail customers experienced 452 per cent five-year ROI, 70 per cent more productive IT teams and 92 per cent less unplanned downtime compared to previous IT environments.
“Today’s updates have been designed keeping our customers’ changing business and IT transformation needs in mind. The VxRail dynamic nodes will introduce connectivity with our Dell EMC PowerStore, PowerMax and Unity XT storage systems to provide more flexible storage options when it comes to scaling and addressing workloads and enable organisations better manage their storage resources,” said Grainger Wallis, Senior Vice President, Cloud and Data Storage Solutions, Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ), Dell Technologies.
“We have been witnessing rapid adoption in HCI solutions, owing to the current changes in the business landscape. Organisations are focused towards deploying solutions that are flexible and scalable in nature, offering agility to their business operations,” said Amit Luthra, Director and General Manager, Data Center Solution, Dell Technologies India.
“With the new VxRail systems, we offer brisk performance to our customers and empower them with better deployment control. The new solutions will allow customers to optimise their business needs and process extensive workloads at a reduced operational cost. Moreover, with Dell EMC VxRail dynamic nodes, customers can now expand VxRail’s operational model to external storage by sharing VMware vSAN storage capacity across clusters via VMware vSAN HCI Mesh,” added Luthra.