Digital transformation is changing how businesses view their infrastructure, putting them in a position of needing technology to not only solve today’s immediate pressing needs, but also serve them well as they embark on a transformation of their business. Dell EMC understands this and has a new portfolio of PowerEdge servers that can scale to address digital transformation.
The drive for digital transformation is being led by the CIO. Because of the criticality of this transformational strategy, the CIO is finding a place at the table more often because their efforts are now driving the business, not just the infrastructure.
Digital Transformation is on the minds of every CIO, but to achieve the agility that strategy can bring, companies need to address their networking. Open networking is the best change a business has for addressing the fluid, agile environment that a digital transformation will require.
With so much focus on the datacenter, the campus networks are often lagging in innovation, but there is real value in updating campus networks in order to drive end user flexibility and productivity. Dell networking brings new choices in campus networks to help agile businesses succeed.
The customer demand for open networking continues to grow as customers tire of being tied into proprietary networking stacks that don’t match the dynamic needs of their current environments. Dell’s fully open networking portfolio is helping drive this momentum.
There is a continuum of open networking that covers the wide spectrum of needs and deployments. Customers are anxiously seeking change and Dell has a strategy to drive open across their entire networking product line.
Support is the next frontier to be reinvented with the assistance of big data. And nobody has more data about their customers’ support needs than Dell, enabling them to be far more proactive in delivering new support services.
Open networking is the future as large networks today are being crushed by the manual processes and hardware-driven configuration complexities. Dell takes the lead with open networking by leading with an “open first” networking strategy.
Dell aggressively moves deeper into open networking by leveraging the Linux-based NOS options from Cumulus Networks. This partnership gives both companies an opportunity to address segments of the market in ways that they could not individually.