Convergence -- the bundling of storage, compute, network and virtualization - is already an evolving storage strategy.
But a new concept has appeared on the horizon: Hyper-convergence.
Hyper-convergence blurs the lines between compute, network, storage and data protection, and almost creates an “infrastructure in a box,” particularly for small to mid-level enterprises with limited IT expertise. Check out this expert E-Guide to learn about hyper-convergence and how it sets itself apart from traditional converged infrastructures.
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