The #1 in Hyperconverged Infrastructure Adopting Latest PowerEdge Servers

first_imgIt’s an exciting time for innovation in technology. We’ve all heard these technology buzz words: Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and augmented and virtual reality. It’s hard to even imagine what’s next. What we do know is that to stay competitive in this world of ever-emerging technology, you need to transform or get left behind.One way that organizations are transforming their business is through hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). The agility, scalability and flexibility HCI delivers continues to drive customer adoption, with the industry growing close to 50% since this time last year. And once again, thanks to our fantastic customers, Dell EMC is #1 in HCI system sales with 32% share.[1]What makes the Dell EMC HCI portfolio so powerful? One big reason is that our portfolio is built on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers. That’s right, the #1 hyperconverged systems portfolio is powered by the #1 server portfolio, and, together, we offer industry-leading solutions, built on architecture optimized for HCI workloads, that deliver the latest and greatest technology.And now, the best in hyperconverged infrastructure gets even better as Dell EMC HCI offerings, including VxRail, VxFlex and partner aligned solutions, begin shipping in configurations that include the latest PowerEdge servers with 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and Intel® Optane™ technology. These PowerEdge enhancements make it simple to incorporate new technologies that drive better business results and support your workloads faster and easier. New fibre channel (FC) HBA support for VxRail allows you to more easily migrate to HCI, and continue to run traditional workloads that demand the data services and storage depth provided by FC storage arrays. Plus, Dell EMC HCI integrated systems built on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers provide a single point of support with full lifecycle management for the entire system. It’s a winning solution.As data volumes continue to grow, you need to ensure you have the right infrastructure in place to handle the increase in processing demands. On Dell EMC VxRail, our flagship product and the fastest growing HCI system, we saw an average increase of 28% in processor performance with the new 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors.[2] In addition, VxRail becomes even more powerful with the addition of Intel® Optane™ SSDs as a cache drive. In testing on certain workloads using Intel Optane drives, we saw a reduction in latency of up to 30% for VxRail.We strive to create cutting-edge solutions that help our customers do more. And introducing this new Intel technology delivers on this goal by taking our HCI portfolio to the next level. What it means to our customers is a more consistent, predictable and reliable high-performing hyperconverged infrastructure – and this is part of what is fueling the rapid growth of the hyperconverged market. So whatever technology you are looking to implement, whether now or in the future, rest assured that Dell EMC HCI solutions built on the latest PowerEdge servers can get you there.Learn more about Dell EMC Hyperconverged Infrastructure solutions.[1] IDC Worldwide Quarterly Converged Systems Tracker, June 25, 2019[2] Among top 3 product brands, IDC Worldwide Quarterly Converged Systems Tracker, June 25, 2019last_img read more

Meade keen to keep his two big guns apart for now

first_img The County Meath maestro is reconsidering his options for Cheltenham Gold Cup third Road To Riches after owners Gigginstown House Stud decided against letting him defend his crown in Saturday’s JNwine.com Champion Chase, instead choosing to field the impressive Don Cossack in the Down Royal feature. The Clonmel Oil Chase on Thursday is a potential alternative, but that Grade Two event is also an option for Apache Stronghold, who has not been seen since finishing third at Punchestown in the spring. The John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase in early December is also on the radar for both horses. “Road To Riches in great form, but they (Gigginstown) decided to run Don Cossack and we had to take a back seat,” said Meade. “Bryan (Cooper) rode him in a bit of work at the Curragh the previous Saturday over a mile and a furlong and he worked really well. He was ready to run on Saturday. “It looks like Don Cossack is going to go for the King George and we’ll go for the Lexus. He’ll also get an entry in the King George. “We’ll look at races like the Morris Oil at Clonmel and the Durkan. “Ger Fox rides him out at home and thinks he’s a stronger horse this year. “He had a very hard race at Cheltenham. It was as tough a race as you could imagine. “They were flat out from the top of the hill and I’m not surprised he disappointed after at Punchestown.” Press Association Apache Stronghold had been pencilled for Saturday’s Powers Irish Whiskey Chase at Down Royal before suffering a setback. Meade said: “He was due to run at Down Royal, but he gave himself a wrap and missed about a week. “It’s quite possible that he could look at the the Morris Oil or the Durkan, but ideally I don’t want to run him and Road To Riches in the same race. “I think he gets three miles and we’ll probably run him in the Lexus and see how he gets on. “Down the road the Ryanair Chase is an obvious target at Cheltenham, if he shows us he’s not getting the three miles. “Paul (Carberry) came back in after he finished second at Cheltenham last season and said he ran very well, but the other fellow (Vautour) is a machine.” Trainer Noel Meade is keen to avoid stable stars Road To Riches and Apache Stronghold crossing paths in the early part of the new campaign.last_img read more