Dell Technologies Brings IT Infrastructure and Cloud Capabilities to Edge Environments

Dell Technologies | June 22, 2020

Dell Technologies Brings IT Infrastructure and Cloud Capabilities to Edge Environments
Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL), the leader in hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI)1, announces two new VxRail systems—including the first ruggedized VxRail model and introduction of AMD EPYC processors—bringing the power and simplicity of HCI to the most challenging and space-constrained edge environments.
"More data is being created at the edge, and more companies are moving their data management infrastructure closer to where data is created. But sometimes the edge is a 100-degree rooftop, not a temperature-controlled traditional data center," said Tom Burns, senior vice president and general manager, Dell Technologies Integrated Products & Solutions. "With the new ruggedized VxRail systems, location and conditions don't matter."

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