Converged Infrastructure Vendors
- May 10, 2017
Dell EMC sticks with both VxRail and XC hyper-converged appliances, putting them on 14G PowerEdge servers, with cloud-style pricing and $25,000 entry-level models.
- April 10, 2017
As hyper-convergence matures, VMware bulks up vSAN 6.6 release with native encryption, analytics and improved availability, performance and management.
- November 07, 2016
The hyper-convergence vendor landscape is no longer dominated by startups, which leaves the likes of SimpliVity, Pivot3 and Scale Computing to battle Nutanix and the server and storage giants.
- October 20, 2016
Dell EMC reinforced its commitment to sell Cisco products in Vblocks and Nutanix-based XC Series hyper-convergence, even if those vendors compete with Dell and EMC products.
- October 17, 2016
Lenovo introduces the ThinkAgile brand name for preintegrated infrastructure. The company is also partnering with Nimble Storage on a new CX Series converged infrastructure option.
- June 22, 2016
Hitachi Data Systems expanded its Unified Compute Platform with a new hyper-converged system and an updated converged model to address midmarket, departmental and ROBO environments.
- April 06, 2016
Hyper-converged market systems show they are ready to branch out beyond primary storage applications. In fact, it's happening now.
- February 12, 2016
The hyper-converged appliance market has exploded thanks to their fast deployment and easy management that overcome their limitations.
- January 18, 2016
VCE's converged systems cater to a wide array of users, but will still differ from Dell's converged products after the purchase of VCE's parent company, EMC, according to COO Todd Pavone.
- February 03, 2015
EMC combines VMware's VSAN hyper-converged software with its internal data protection and cloud features for its Vspex Blue appliance.
- December 03, 2014
NetApp Integrated EVO: RAIL Solution combines VMware's Virtual SAN hyper-converged software with NetApp Data Ontap operating system and cloud storage.
- May 06, 2014
What's the difference between EMC's ScaleIO, VMware VSAN software and ViPR? That's a question EMC execs get a lot these days.