First – the headline, because a headline this good shouldn’t be buried: Today, a turnkey Enterprise Hybrid Cloud got 3x simpler, and available 3x smaller. This makes the number of customers for which it’s an interesting option for 10x more customers.
Dell EMC recently announced the integration of PowerEdge servers with its hyper-converged infrastructure portfolio. In a recent interview with Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman on theCUBE at Dell EMC World, Chad Sakac, President of Converged Platforms & Solutions at Dell EMC, shares why this announcement is so meaningful to the industry and to Dell EMC customers as well as the benefits to ordering infrastructure “off a menu” as opposed to building it from scratch.
Look around and see how dramatically digital technologies are revolutionizing entire industries, enabling new business models while disrupting familiar ways of doing business. Perhaps no industry illustrates this more starkly than media and entertainment and the proliferation of online journalism and crowd sourced content. The insurance industry could be next, where the deployment of sensors and advanced analytics are changing how risk gets measured and priced, how buyers compare policy offers and how policyholders file claims from mobile devices, submitting video for documentation. Looking further into the future, what will be the impact of driverless vehicles on rides for hire and trucking, not to mention today’s Uber drivers and teamsters who earn a living hauling people and freight from point A to B? (more…)
Frankly, it’s an unbelievably invigorating time here inside Dell EMC and Dell Technologies. Things are happening fast. Things are happening furiously. Things are happening fantastically.
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