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4 New Dell-VMware VxRail Hyper-Converged Products Unveiled

‘We’re really opening up new opportunities for partners in terms of new use cases,’ says Chad Dunn, Dell’s vice president of product management for hyper-converged infrastructure, regarding the new VxRail offerings.

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VxRail E560N

Dell is adding all-NVMe to its VxRail E-Series with the launch of VxRail E560N. The 1U platform is designed for high performance workloads at a competitive price point.

“This allows us to go for higher capacity, higher IO (input/output) workloads at a much lower price point. So high performance and fairly reasonability-priced flash storage means partners can target use cases at lower price points,” said Dunn. “This is the first E-Series where we’ve added GPU capabilities. Previously, that was only in our V-Series that was really optimized around video processing with extra cooling and extra power. But the E-Series is really one of the work horses of our portfolio and adding the NVIDIA T4 GPU to this platform gives you a lot more flexibility in terms of power, cooling, density in the rack, and let’s partners go after AI and ML kinds of workloads.”

Dunn said there is more and more demand for GPUs around artificial intelligence and machine learning workloads, and not just in virtual desktop infrastructure [VDI]. The VxRail E560N will available in December for partners to sell.

 
 
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