Assessing Your Converged Infrastructure Options

January 2, 2018

To keep up with the pace of change, organisations are increasingly investing in and deploying new applications to improve business growth. Facilitating these changes requires your data centre to have the right infrastructure in place to help reduce complexities and improve productivity however, choosing the right converged infrastructure solution is not always easy. This white paper outlines the five criteria you should use to evaluate converged infrastructure vendors.

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SEW Infrastructure Ltd.

In the year 1960, Sri. Vallurupalli Nageswara Rao, founded 'Southern Engineering Works' (SEW) in Vijaywada, A.P. India, to pursue civil engineering construction activities. Subsequently late Sri Y. Purnachandra Rao and Sri Y.M.G. Nageswara Rao joined the company and contributed to the growth of the organization. The first project SEW worked on, was the prestigious Nagarjuna Sagar Dam in Andhra Pradesh.

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