There is a struggle between traditional disk arrays and flash storage as organisations look to storing rapidly increasing volumes of data securely and cheaply – striking a balance between the schools may be the best bet, says a Nimble Storage exec.
EMC has been growing its business by focusing on large enterprises, but that focus will dramatically shift this year with the recent launch of Vspex Blue, targeted at SMBs. EMC Malaysia managing director Cheam Tat Inn tells Goh Thean Eu why this is a big deal for the company.
Nutanix said that N2N Connect Bhd, which provides electronic and mobile commerce solutions for the financial industry in Malaysia, has deployed the Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform. Financial details were not disclosed.
Application delivery networking solutions provider F5 Networks has officially launched its Silverline platform in Asia, offering extended security, optimisation, and availability services from a hosted and managed infrastructure.
Earlier this year, Cisco said it would spend US$1 billion over the next two years to build a network of clouds called the Intercloud. A Cisco senior VP tells Gabey Goh what led to the birth of the Intercloud, and what lies ahead.
Dell has announced new products and solutions that it said would help global customers on their paths toward software-defined data centres by bridging the IT gap between traditional and new application requirements.
HP has unveiled HP OneView, which it described as a ‘consumer-inspired’ infrastructure management platform for its Converged Infrastructure that simplifies the most basic steps that underlay all data centre processes.
As CIOs look to converged infrastructure solutions deliver IT services, maximise data centre efficiency and strengthen IT service quality, there are some issues they would need to consider, writes KT Ong of Dell.
Dell Inc has unveiled two ‘all-in-a-box’ solutions, one aimed at enterprises and the second aimed at small and medium businesses (SMBs) and branch offices, the latter even getting the ‘Phua Chu Kang’ stamp of approval.