Professional IT Solutions and Services Delivery
General-purpose, entry-level servers are low-cost, widely scalable, and extremely reliable. Ranging from single processor systems to up to 16 processors running on the Solaris Operating Environment or Linux — Oracle servers delivers a variety of options to meet your specific business needs.
Midrange systems are primarily high-end network servers and other types of servers that can handle the large-scale processing of many business applications. Although not as powerful as mainframe computers, they are less costly to buy, operate, and maintain than mainframe systems and thus meet the computing needs of many organizations. Midrange systems have become popular as powerful network servers to help manage large Internet Web sites, corporate intranets and extranets, and other networks.
The key features of an enterprise server include:
- Sensible Data Conflation and Hibernation: This leads to a decrease in desktop and network traffic by around 75 percent when compared with conventional data delivery methods
- Connectivity: Supports managed network, private circuit, or Internet connections among redundant data centers and the main and remote sites.
Entry-level flash storage is simple, smart, secure, affordable, high-performance data storage for enterprises to start small and grow with seamless cloud connectivity as business requirements increase. Organizations large and small are navigating at a rapid pace of change in a data-driven economy. Delivering data simply, quickly, and cost-effectively is essential to driving business growth, and hybrid cloud has emerged as the most efficient way to meet changing business needs.
Mid-Range Level Storage
Modular (midrange) systems are build-as-you-go storage systems that enable the addition of disks, controllers and software, as required. Midrange systems usually have fewer than eight Fibre Channel ports for host connectivity and scale by adding both disk enclosures and RAID controllers.
Enterprise Level Storage
Enterprise storage is a centralized repository for business information that provides common data management, protection and data sharing functions through connections to computer systems. Because enterprises deal with heavy workloads of business-critical information, enterprise storage systems should be scalable for workloads of hundreds of terabytes or even petabytes without relying on excessive cabling or the creation of subsystems. Other important aspects of an enterprise storage system are unlimited connectivity and support for multiple platforms.
Converged & Hyper-Converged Systems
With converged infrastructure, resources can be consumed on-demand. Rather than multiple IT resources sitting in their own separate silos, converged infrastructure marries hardware components with software to orchestrate and provision these resources through a unified system. On the other end of the spectrum, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) uses intelligent software to combine x86-based server and storage resources into a 100% software-defined solution.
Power Conditioning Systems:
(UPS, Inverters, Stabilizers, Solar Panels, Accessories):
The term Power Conditioning System (PCS) refers to the general class of devices that use power electronics technologies to convert electric power from one form to another; for example, converting between direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC), and/or providing specific operational interface functionalities required by the subsystems being interfaced by the PCS.