Dell Launches New Solutions From Virtualization To Networking

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Dell has launched a suite of new enterprise solutions. These include the 12th generation blade, rack and PowerEdge servers, the next generation EqualLogic storage arrays, two desktop virtualization offerings, and the Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance.

Brad Anderson  (President, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell): Customers tell us they want a high-performance infrastructure that is easy to manage and helps them quickly deliver business outcomes.

Dell announced a full portfolio of 12th Generation blade, rack and tower PowerEdge servers. The servers are expected to hit the markets in the near future.

Dell also announced the launch of the next-generation EqualLogic PS Series storage arrays. The Dell EqualLogic PS6110 and Dell EqualLogic PS4110 Series storage arrays are currently available.

The company has two new desktop virtualization offerings – Desktop Virtualization Solution Simplified and Desktop Virtualization Solution Enterprise. Both Dell Desktop Virtualization Solutions are available now.

Dell unveiled the Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance, a data warehousing appliance, based on the new Dell PowerEdge servers and Microsoft SQL Server 2012, and leveraging Dell Boomi for data integration. The Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance is now in beta and will be available in Q2.

Dell unveiled vStart for Dell Private Cloud, which is designed to help businesses rapidly deploy their own private cloud. The vStart for Dell Private cloud will be available Q2.

Dell’s Virtual Network Architecture (VNA) is an open framework for virtualizing, automating and orchestrating network services in data center, campus and branch environments. Dell Virtual Network Architecture provides for an end-to-end 10GbE framework, which includes 10GbE Top-of-Rack and 10/40GbE distributed core fabrics. Dell Networking 10GbE solutions are currently available.



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