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  • 14 June 2022

    Edge deployments increasingly lean on HCI ? Highlights from VotE: Hyperconverged Infrastructure

    Highlights from 451 Research's Voice of the Enterprise: Hyperconverged Infrastructure survey show that HCI is rapidly expanding in edge locations to support a wide range of use cases, from general IT management to edge-specific requirements such as fleet management. The adoption experience appears to be generally positive, as most customers plan to expand their HCI at the edge in the coming years.

  • 6 May 2022

    Fungible delivers composability to GPU environments

    With its recently announced Fungible GPU-Connect architecture, Fungible disaggregates GPU resources and makes them available over Ethernet for servers throughout a datacenter environment. By removing GPUs from the constraints of host servers, Fungible aims to optimize AI/ML and other workloads that can benefit from dedicated accelerator resources.

  • 29 April 2022

    Dell continues its steady edge expansion with new offerings

    After rolling out an extensive expansion of its edge portfolio in October 2021, Dell is continuing that motif. While some of these additions will support horizontal market requirements, Dell is using the announcements to highlight its increased support for retail and manufacturing customers.

  • 12 April 2022

    Cisco slims down HyperFlex HCI to accelerate hybrid cloud

    The company's new HyperFlex Express is designed to ease the entry to market for customers seeking to modernize their applications and move forward with hybrid cloud deployments. Although limited compared with other HyperFlex models, it should serve as an effective stepping-stone for resource-strapped IT teams that need the transformative benefits of HCI.

  • 28 March 2022

    TidalScale splashes more intelligence into its composable infrastructure

    The company continues to build intelligence into its composable infrastructure platform, driving higher levels of reliability into underlying infrastructure. While it faces plenty of competition in the quest to modernize IT environments, its tightly focused strategy and growing partner roster should drive recognition.

  • 28 March 2022

    Voice of the Enterprise: Hyperconverged Infrastructure, Technology & Platform Innovation 2021 - Advisory Report

    Combining 451 Research's industry-leading analysis with a proprietary global panel of IT decision-makers, Voice of the Enterprise: Hyperconverged Infrastructure, Technology & Platform Innovation 2021 tracks the disruption occurring in the market and exposes the major opportunities for enterprises, IT vendors, suppliers and investors. This report will be published in three cumulative chapters over a period of weeks. As of 3/18, this report contains parts 1-3 of 3.

  • 14 March 2022

    Hitachi Vantara launches Hitachi Application Reliability Centers, shores up hybrid cloud infrastructure

    The wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi recently unveiled products and services designed to meet the private and hybrid cloud needs of its customers. On the infrastructure side, new software-defined storage and AI-driven management tools extend the reach of the vendor's offerings to cloud-native applications.

  • 28 February 2022

    Hivecell looks to simplify deployments with edge-as-a-service platform

    In an increasingly crowded edge infrastructure market, Hivecell is building an ecosystem around its unique, highly scalable edge servers. Recent partnerships will be essential to Hivecell's traction, as customers increasingly seek streamlined, holistic infrastructure at the edge that does not require specialized IT staff.

  • 11 February 2022

    Nebulon goes 'offloading' on the modernization trail

    The company is capitalizing on the infrastructure modernization trend with its cloud managed services processing unit that offloads data services from traditional infrastructure. As it competes for mindshare in a saturated market, continued progress with the top server vendors should help make the vendor, and its technology, more recognizable.