Read what IDC has to say about our software-defined strategy.
Today’s businesses need the ability for IT to keep pace with rapidly changing markets. An agile, scalable infrastructure means faster just-in-time support for constituents like sales and marketing, operations, engineering and R&D. Software-defined storage can deliver that flexibility while lowering costs through improved procurement, standardized infrastructure and an open approach to platforms and workloads that increases return on investment.
In a new report, IDC says Dell is poised to lead the SDS revolution through:
- Fully tested end-to-end solutions optimized for software-defined deployments
- Global support with a single point of contact for coordinating implementation, support and services
- An open and aggressive approach and cooperative partnerships with leading software developers such as Microsoft, Nexenta, Nutanix, Red Hat and VMware
* Based on the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Disk Storage Systems Tracker Q4 2014 using terabyte share data and excluding ODM.