Until now, the environments that VRTX has targeted have been out of reach of a converged infrastructure. VRTX overcomes that hurdle.
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Announced at Dell Enterprise Forum in San Jose, CA; the PowerEdge VRTX supports up to four M520 or M620 blade servers and up to 48 terabytes of internal storage capacity, all in a single convertible tower or rack enclosure. Designed for office or branch environments, the Dell VRTX is an excellent platform for customers looking to leverage the flexibility of a converged infrastructure, the benefits of virtualization, and shared storage with simple deployment and easy management features.
The disruptive nature of the Dell PowerEdge VRTX makes it the only solution in the market today that delivers a converged infrastructure to medium businesses and branch office environments in an ultra-dense, ultra-quiet design; all while being powered through a conventional wall socket. The intuitive single-pane-of-glass management feature enables IT to support virtualized, high-end applications in multiple locations without requiring on-site technical resources.
When asked what was behind the VRTX blade promotion, a spokesperson for Optio Data was quoted as saying, “Until now, the environments that VRTX has targeted have been out of reach of a converged infrastructure. VRTX overcomes that hurdle. What better way is there to help customers make the transition to a converged infrastructure than by offering simply the best blade promotion out there?”
This promotion gives customers the opportunity to get a free M520 or M620 blade server with the purchase of one M520 or M620 blade server with their VRTX. As part of a national marketing campaign, Optio Data made a customizable pool of on-site demo units available for customers interested in evaluating the VTRX. Certain restrictions apply, so those interested in learning more about the blade promotion or demo program are encouraged to contact Optio Data on the web or by calling 888-981-3282.