sponsored by HP and Intel® Xeon® processors
Posted:  20 Nov 2013
Published:  25 Sep 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The quest for a more intelligent and agile data center that doesn’t break the bank or overwhelm with complexity seems to be never ending and has become even harder to find with the emergence of trends like the cloud, mobility and big data.

Access this exclusive whitepaper now to find 5 ways one blade server can bring you the data center you’ve been searching for including:

  • Quick ROI
  • Faster applications
  • Maximum uptime
  • And more!

IT leaders are feeling the pressure to get the most value and performance out of their data centers, especially when users are demanding new and updated systems to support the workloads that drive the business. Changes are needed to meet these demands, and that’s where blade servers come in. Access this resource that provides insights to ensure your IT department aligns itself with the right blade strategy to maximize benefits and optimize your data center.

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