Accelerating time to value with future-ready rack-scale infrastructure
In talking with our customers over the past several years, it’s clear that CIOs and IT directors are looking to maximize the value they get from their data center operations in the age of the cloud. Whether they are service providers to others or are hosting their own operations, every one of our customers is consistently looking to implement solutions more quickly and efficiently than ever before.
The continued growth of edge computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) along with the rollout of next-generation 5G networks is also driving demand among service providers for more agile, dynamically-assigned infrastructure that reduces deployment complexity and minimizes time to value for their business.
To that end, Dell has been working closely with Intel to bring such future-ready infrastructure to life as part of the Intel Rack Scale Design (RSD) program*. This software-defined architecture is purpose-built for telecommunications and cloud service providers and draws on nearly a decade of experience with the largest hyperscale IT implementations in the world. Intel RSD enables shared pools of compute and storage across one or more racks (called a pod), all connected via a flexible network fabric and a unified management system built on open standards including DMTF’s Redfish as the API’s foundation.
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