Home / Hyperconvergence

Midmarket Roundup On HPE's Bid For SimpliVity

For IT leaders at midmarket companies, hyper-convergence is considered a high priority. Vendors that focus on integrating data center technologies have brought their message to the Midsize Enterprise Summit over the past few years, touting the solution’s ability to reduce IT costs, gain efficiency, and cut management time.

What Every Midmarket CIO Needs To Know About Emerging Vendors

When it comes to suppliers of technology to midmarket companies, big isn’t necessarily better.

According to a wide-ranging study on the IT purchasing habits of midsize enterprises, small and emerging companies stand just as good a chance of winning the business as do large players such as HP Enterprise, Dell EMC, or Microsoft.

Scale Computing, Information Builders Partner on New BI, Analytics Appliance

Scale Computing and Information Builders announced a partnership to bring an analytics appliance to market specifically tailored to the  midmarket. The announcement was made at the Midsize Enterprise Summit held in Austin, Texas, where both companies were in attendance. CRN, a leading IT industry web site and publication, broke the news online. Below is the press release with details of the announcement along with a link to CRN story.

IT Spending Flowing Away From Traditional IT Infrastructure Toward Hyper-convergence

At an MES East 2016 keynote session earlier this week in Indianapolis, Katie Curtin-Mestre, vice president of product and content marketing, discussed the surge in hyper-convergence. The market is growing rapidly, said Curtin-Mestre who cited data from market research firm IDC which shows hyper-convergence up 116 percent.  Curtin-Mestre defined hyper-converged infrastructure as: "A solution that natively collapse core storage, compute and storage networking function into a single software solution or appliance."