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Supermicro and VMware keep it green with vSAN Hyperconverged Solution

Webinar gives the full picture

By David Gordon

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Promo Launched in August at VMWorld in Las Vegas, Supermicro’s vSAN Hyperconverged Solution promises to optimize performance for specific workload uses and make the world a greener place, thanks to its superior power efficiency.

The result of the server giant’s collaboration with VMware and Intel, the all-flash storage platform uses Xeon® Scalable processors to support more VMs per node and is compatible with a wide variety of industry-standard interconnects.

Supermicro claims this solution can speed up database applications by more than half while lowering operation costs by up to 80 per cent.

To learn more about the benefits of this Hyperconverged Solution and how they are achieved, Supermicro, VMware and Intel have teamed up to produce an hour-long, deep-dive webinar, featuring:

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