Improving data center efficiency to manage modern day workloads

Manish Gupta, Senior Director & General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India

Manish Gupta, Senior Director & General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India

“Data and monetization of data has become the key driver for digital transformation, and we know that the amount and sources of data have increased manifold. Organizations need to access, store and secure their customer data regularly, improve their data efficiency, and extract the maximum value from; what we call the data-first mindset.

As predicted by Gartner, 75% of enterprise data will be processed outside of a traditional, centralized data center or cloud by 2025. Hence, to achieve faster insights and deliver a connected experience to customers, organizations must turn to modernized systems that can seamlessly shift resources to support diverse workloads across on- and off-premises eco-systems.

Servers are the underlying technology that delivers the highest performance capabilities for a business entity. With the uptake in the adoption of technologies like cloud computing, virtualization, and big data, businesses need to deploy advanced servers that form the foundation of modern age IT architecture, running multi-workloads from the edge to core the cloud. Dell EMC PowerEdge servers can help establish the right hybrid infrastructure for an organization, providing them with the choice and the control for optimal management of critical workloads.

As an industry visionary, we understand the evolving needs of our customers. With Dell EMC PowerEdge in our server portfolio, we are drawing the path toward autonomous infrastructure to offer greater IT efficiency, enable our customers to embrace AI, and address the demands of IT at the edge. Our offerings cut across a broad range of customer requirements, from SMBs to large enterprises, addressing the varied and complex needs of the modern data center.”

The above article is authored by Mr. Manish Gupta, Senior Director & General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India

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