During the ongoing Dell Technologies World event in Las Vegas, the global technology giant Dell EMC announced a new solution for data centers including the NVME-enabled Dell EMC PowerMax enterprise-class All-Flash storage array, new replication features for Dell EMC XtremIO, and a sneak peek of new Dell EMC PowerEdge MX modular infrastructure.
Dell EMC also announced several advancements to Dell EMC VxRail and Dell EMC VxRack SDDC with a clear path to adopt VMware-based multi-clouds.
The company said that the newly launched solutions will deliver Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning capabilities from the desktop to the datacenter with new capabilities for Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, PowerMax storage, and Dell Precision workstations.
Dell updates its VDI Complete Solutions with features demanded by customers and unveils its thin client ever. Virtustream adds software-as-a-service support for its risk management and compliance monitoring service,
Virtustream demonstrates momentum within the healthcare market and adds disaster-recovery options and the availability of the SAP Health solution on S/4 HANA.
VMware unveiled its vision for the Virtual Cloud Network and the new VMware NSX networking and security portfolio to enable consistent, pervasive connectivity and security for apps and data wherever they are located.
“Most of us are tasked to become more digital, more data-capable in IT,” said Jeff Clarke, vice chairman, Products and Operations, Dell. “We have to transform IT to deliver better outcomes and to do so more in real time, with less latency, and a modern data center is required to compete. It’s an exciting time at Dell Technologies. We’re playing a key role helping our customers deliver better outcomes—not just in business, but for society and the world around us.”