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Blade Servers are stripped-down server computers designed to minimize the use of physical space and energy. They are recommended to clients who wish to consolidate servers in their data center and adopt virtualization.

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Virtualization

Virtualization describes a process which enables the sharing of resources of one or more computers, namely its CPU, memory or hard disk, through the creation of virtual hardware platforms, operating systems, storage devices or network resources. This improves the performance existing system, allowing users to run more software and applications without the need to install new hardware or appliances.

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Infrastructure-as-a-Service,
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) enables businesses to move information from on-site servers into the Cloud. It provides a remote virtual hosting server for file storage, as it enables a user to save all of their file types in a virtual host and retrieve them from anywhere with an internet connection.

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PaaS – Platform-as-a-Service,
PaaS is defined as a computing platform being delivered as a service. Here the platform is outsourced in place of a company or data center purchasing and managing their own hardware and software layers. Typically, PaaS facilitates deployment of applications, application development, testing, and also supports the building, testing and hosting of Web applications. PaaS enables IT to develop, test, deploy, host, and also update from a single streamlined environment.

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Blade System:

The introduction of blade systems will considerably reduce operational costs and improve the agility of your IT infrastructure and maximizes your data center value. It is currently very popular among users of virtualized data centers and consolidated servers because it optimizes resource utilization.

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SaaS - Software as a Service,
SaaS is a software delivery method that provides access to software and its functions remotely as a Web-based service. Software as a Service allows organizations to access business functionality at a cost typically less than paying for licensed applications since SaaS pricing is based on a monthly fee. Also, because the software is hosted remotely, users don't need to invest in additional hardware. Software as a Service removes the need for organizations to handle the installation, set-up and often daily upkeep and maintenance.

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Server 

Servers store and facilitate the sharing of the large amounts of data. Choosing the appropriate server solution maximizes efficiency and minimizes operational costs. We offer three types of servers, namely tower servers, rack servers and blade servers.

 

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Rack Servers provide space efficiency, as individual servers are stored in a rack mount, and also energy efficiency. Another advantage of rack servers is that key components such as the storage controller and NIC are already installed on the system board.

 

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Tower Servers are appropriate for expanding operations. Flexible expansion slots allow the addition of PCI cards and HDD to enhance performance. Tower servers can be designed to accommodate both rack and tower servers and are appropriate for remote sites, branch

sites and data centers.

 

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Blade Servers are stripped-down server computers designed to minimize the use of physical space and energy. They are recommended to clients who wish to consolidate servers in their data center and adopt virtualization.

 

DATA CENTER VIRTUALIZATION


Data Center Virtualization enhances IT resource management within your organization. It reduces capital and operational expenses through server consolidation and automation and reduces planned and unplanned downtime.

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Rack Servers provide space efficiency, as individual servers are stored in a rack mount, and also energy efficiency. Another advantage of rack servers is that key components such as the storage controller and NIC are already installed on the system board.

VIRTUALIZATION DESKTOP SOLUTION

Virtualization levitra bph Desktop Solution (VDI) provides your organization with the flexibility required to respond to changing needs and opportunities. This solution assists in the management of resources and collaboration by enabling the delivery of virtualized desktops and applications to both in-office and mobile users.

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