Inspur Information Presents inMerge HCI Systems Targeting AI, Edge and Cloud Computing at Nutanix 2020 .NEXT Digital Experience
Four inMerge HCI systems with optimized density, storage, and heterogeneous computing offer open, flexible, and powerful hyperconverged solutions for enterprise users
Inspur Information, a leading provider of data center infrastructure products and solutions, have unveiled four inMerge HCI systems for emerging applications like AI, multi-cloud, and edge computing at Nutanix’s Global .NEXT Digital Enterprise conference. With these diverse data center solution offerings, enterprises can dramatically speed up their digital transformation.
Hyperconverged cloud-native architecture features short deployment times and easy O&M (operation and maintenance), making it a better choice for enterprises building their IT infrastructure. Inspur is working closely with Nutanix to further enhance technical testing and optimize application performance, bringing about a more robust data center for the future.
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“The four HCI systems are built on Inspur’s NF5280M5 and i24 multi-node server, with targeted optimization of density, storage, and heterogeneous computing, which will effectively meet the application requirements of AI, multi-cloud, and edge. In the future, Inspur plans to strengthen the partnership with Nutanix even further, and provide users with open, flexible and powerful HCI solutions,” said Zhiyong Liu, General Manager of Enterprise department, Inspur Information.
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The .NEXT Digital Experience will bring together visionaries, developers, and IT leaders from around the globe to share the latest in hybrid and multi-cloud computing, datacenter infrastructure, storage, end user computing, database and more. The interactive event will feature a virtual “expo floor” where attendees can explore and discover new ways to modernize and optimize their datacenter operations.