Dell has expanded its hyper-converged infrastructure portfolio to include VCE VxRail appliances and VxRack systems to VMware Virtual SAN Ready Nodes and next generation Dell XC Series hyper-converged appliances.
The VCE VxRail appliance family are jointly engineered with VMware and are preconfigured and pre-tested for VMware environments.
The VCE VxRack Node and VxRack Systems are designed for customers to move from physical Storage Area Networks (SANs) to hyper-converged engineered systems with high scalability.
Other portfolio additions include the new Dell VMware Virtual SAN Ready Notes and Dell XC Series, the Nutanix-powered hyper-converged infrastructure solution that incorporates Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 v4 Broadwell Product Family.
Dell chief commercial officer and president of enterprise solutions, Marius Haas, said the expansion enables the company to offer customers prescriptive choices to meet their own particular demands and ultimately, best support for their desired business outcomes.
“Dell’s hyper-converged infrastructure approach is consistent with our overall philosophy, which focuses on enabling customer outcomes versus pushing a one-size-fits-all agenda,” he added.