Published On: Wed, Apr 2nd, 2014

Scale-out, Cloud-oriented portfolio add-ons courtesy, Dell

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Dell today announced fresh networking solutions that it says will assist patrons deliver faster results, maximize efficiency as well as modernize and transform operations in scale-out and cloud-based environments.


Novel products introduced include the Dell Networking Z9500, an energy-efficient, highest density per rack unit, and only pay-as-you grow 10/40 GbE data center core switch available today, as per what Dell shared.

The announcement supplements that- The new Active Fabric Controller and efforts to accelerate Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) solutions into the sector through industry consortiums and collaboration with industry partners such as Red Hat also can help customers transform and modernize data center infrastructures. Dell explains it is helping customers upgrade data center network architectures to meet new demands imposed by virtualization, changing traffic patterns, and the nature of today’s workload needs including cloud-based and “as-a-service” offerings.

By way of using standards-based technologies, Dell highlights that it delivers architectures that help advance legacy systems, prevent vendor lock-in penalties, and future proof infrastructure for an easier transition to software-defined networking (SDN), cloud-based services and emerging technology approaches such as NFV.

As stated by S. Sridhar, Director & General Manager, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell India: “Dell’s Fabric and Control innovation has addressed multiple CIO priorities over the past 3 years be it Big Chassis limitations, New workload network demands, Software Defined Networking Choices and Automation or Decoupling of Networking hardware by supporting third party Operating Systems. With this launch, Dell significantly strengthens our Converged Infrastructure lineup of solutions”

“With the addition of these new products in Dell’s networking portfolio, we are excited to extend our leadership in Fabric Ergonomics, Network Function Virtualization, Software defined networking and advanced new architectures that will change the game in networking”, held Amandeep Singh, Country Manager, Networking, Dell India. Furthering that – “Dell’s understanding in these areas with its strong emphasis on a standards based approach will be strongly evident in these new networking products.”

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Scale-out, Cloud-oriented portfolio add-ons courtesy, Dell