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Dell-VMware’s New AMD EPYC-Based VxRail: 5 Things To Know

‘Being able to provide the AMD EPYC processors for the E-Series in a very small footprint with some of the performance capabilities from AMD … allows you to have [VxRail] at the edge in a small form factor but use it for things like database, VDI and unstructured data workloads,’ says Dell Technologies’ Shannon Champion.

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The New Dell And VMware VxRail’s

The world’s market-leading hyperconverged system, VxRail, is receiving a major shot in the arm with the launch of the new VxRail E-Series that for the first time ever will contain AMD EPYC processors.

“I’ve had customers asking for an AMD [VxRail] flavor for about two years,” said Josh Lee, director of sales at VirtuIT Systems, a Nanuet, N.Y.-based Dell and VMware partner. “So I’m really excited about this because of the ability to get the high core counts into a small footprint and bringing cost for performance down for a lot of our SMB customers.”

The new co-engineered Dell and VMware hyperconverged infrastructure VxRail E-Series looks to expand Dell Technologies’ HCI market presence even further.

The Round Rock, Texas-based company is the leader in hyperconverged systems, owning 33.6 percent share of the global market with $666 million in HCI sales in the first quarter of 2020. VMware is the leader in terms of hyperconverged software, capturing 42.4 percent global market share thanks to $841 million in HCI software sales during the first quarter. As the only jointly engineered HCI system with VMware, VxRail delivers a hybrid cloud approach that makes it simple to deploy and manage data and applications regardless of where it resides.

Here are five key things to know about Dell and VMware’s new VxRail E-Series with AMD EPYC processors.

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