Tri-State Memorial Hospital Selects DataCore and Dell for a Hyper-converged and Integrated Architecture to Power VDI and Support High-Availability Storage
Tri-State Memorial Hospital has selected and deployed DataCore + Dell as the foundation for a next-generation data center encompassing hyper-converged
infrastructure. Since 1955, Tri-State Memorial Hospital has served as a not-for-profit, community-owned hospital – offering acute care as well as a DNV GL¹
Healthcare USA-accredited critical access facility. The hospital serves a 10-county region in Washington, Idaho and Oregon.
Tri-State Memorial Hospital was looking for a solution to replace a traditional architecture in its data center. The institution was running out of compute
resources and wanted an Integrated Storage Architecture – one that delivered VDI storage services that spanned ultra-fast performance, the highest
availability, and optimal capacity utilization. In particular, Tri-State Memorial Hospital needed assistance accelerating its SQL environment.
After much review, it chose DataCore paired with Dell servers over other solutions on the market – due to the flexibility of DataCore’s SANsymphony™
storage services platform. Above all, the fact that DataCore delivered storage that was software-defined made the biggest difference and ultimately was the
“tipping point” as far as DataCore’s value/technology displacing a legacy IBM SAN with hyper-converged infrastructure from DataCore and alliance partner
via the fine folks at DataCore Software