• Hyperscale Datacenters

    Hyperscale Datacenters

    Minimizing TCO with scalable infrastructure

    With hundreds of thousands of servers running the applications powering Web 2.0, social media, Internet commerce, cloud computing and big data, hyperscale datacenters need scalable server architectures that help reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). With their relentless focus on maximizing work done per dollar, hyperscale datacenters are changing the dynamics of the IT industry.

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  • Enterprise


    Improving performance and reliability for critical applications

    Enterprises require sophisticated IT systems, from the datacenter to the desktop, to provide insights into customer behavior, run billing systems and allow employees to communicate. Meeting user demands for performance within business realities requires a delicate balancing act. IT administrators and CIOs can take advantage of new approaches such as application acceleration with flash cache and software-defined networking to redefine their datacenters and wider enterprises.

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  • Small and Medium Businesses

    Small and Medium Businesses

    Simple, safe and reliable performance improvements

    Small and medium businesses (SMBs) rely on information technology to run day-to-day operations and gain a competitive edge. Yet they are challenged to meet the same needs as larger enterprises – performance, data protection, reliability and scalability – with smaller budgets and often without in-house IT staff. Fortunately, there are increasingly affordable systems that are easy to deploy, configure and manage.

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  • Client Flash

    Client Flash

    Gain the speed, reliability and performance benefits of SSDs

    Solid state drives (SSDs) have elevated user expectations for performance and battery life in laptops and tablet computers. Raised expectations are challenging SSD manufacturers to satisfy user expectations while managing the ever-changing landscape and reliability tradeoffs with new flash memory technology. Fortunately, new products have emerged to help.

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  • Mobile Networks

    Mobile Networks

    Build cost-effective 4G/LTE services and infrastructure

    Mobile broadband is growing rapidly, driven by smartphones, tablets and cloud applications. Carriers are deploying heterogeneous 4G/LTE networks and base stations of different sizes to meet bandwidth and coverage needs and provide a quality user experience. Achieving their goals within capital and operating expense constraints is a major challenge, and leadering companies addressing by employing sophisticated, scalable hardware platforms.

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  • Big Data

    Big Data

    Faster analytics provide valuable insights from customer data

    Data is the currency of modern business, holding the secrets to your customers and their behavior. Unlocking the value by mining big data represents a huge opportunity. New architectures are changing the way computing resources, particularly storage, are designed and deployed to improve performance, and gain speed and competitive advantage.

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  • Virtualization


    Drive greater resource utilization by abstracting hardware and software

    Virtualization–the ability to abstract software from hardware–has revolutionized the way that companies deploy datacenters. Virtualization allows a single physical server to run multiple virtual servers, greatly increasing resource utilization and lowering capital and operating expenses. However, virtualization creates a new strain on networking and storage resources and management. Effectively coping with these challenges is key to a successful virtualization deployment.

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  • Database


    Increase database performance, reduce licensing costs

    Managing the databases that house your most critical information, as well as demanding user requirements for database performance, have historically required deploying new servers running additional database software licenses. This requires significant time and money; fortunately, new approaches to storage infrastructure are changing the economics of database deployments, improving responsiveness while lowering costs.

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  • Financial IT

    Financial IT

    In financial markets, milliseconds count

    Banks, trading firms and other financial institutions are using information technology in innovative new ways to gain a competitive edge, detect fraud and manage customer relationships. Millions of dollars can be at stake with latency of just milliseconds, which is driving exciting new datacenter changes.

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