Dell unveils infrastructure solutions to enable companies to adopt innovative technologies and implement standardized procedures in data centers. To this end, Dell offers comprehensive solutions that rely on a standardized architecture to optimize the use and development of resources. These solutions are developed with servers, storage and network infrastructure as well as Dell’s innovative software solutions.
The development strategy of enterprise solutions based on Dell hardware, software and services, integrated into a common design to offer customers a solid data center infrastructure and simple administer. It is in this context that Dell announced its new converged infrastructure, Active Systems 800, which provides an intuitive basis, flexible and energy efficient for the implementation and deployment of applications, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and private clouds.
Dell’s approach to design scalable infrastructure is based on market standards. Through its own developments and technologies from acquisitions, Dell has designed a set of solutions to imagine the future of computing infrastructure based on open technologies. Thus, companies are not trapped in closed architectures based on expensive and proprietary technologies. Dell combines its innovative intellectual property material to standardized intuitive solutions and responsive to changing customer needs.
Active System 800 uses a virtualization-optimized converged infrastructure architecture that integrates the latest Dell innovations, including unified management with Dell’s new Active System Manager, modular infrastructure and a converged LAN/SAN fabric.
Dell customers can use Active Infrastructure solutions in two ways: pre-integrated systems and Active System architectures. Dell also offers optimized and authorized Active Solutions for private clouds, virtual desktop infrastructures and business applications such as Microsoft Lync, Exchange and SharePoint 2010.
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