Before HCI, this portrait gallery's 2,500 digital collection was limited

Digital Transformation on Hyperconverged: Improving Availability


National Portrait Gallery—boasting a collection of 2,500 portraits of prominent Australians—sees 450,000 in-person visitors and 500,000 online per year. Because their portraits are also digitized, and the agency’s website experiences high volumes of audience engagement, just opening large images took minutes.  

Moreover, NPG’s shared infrastructure was too limiting, and couldn’t offer new services, such as selling digital copies of existing portraits. Thus, NPG was restricted from all angles.

Tune into this webinar to learn from NPG’s dilemma, and resolve similar inefficiencies in your organization with a hyper-converged system that ensures services and apps can be easily added, data is mirrored so individual nodes can be taken offline for maintenance, digital collections are always accessible, and more. 

DataCore and Lenovo
Sep 5, 2017
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