A divided data center infrastructure system will greatly affect your data management. That is why it is important to have a Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI), which refers to a combination of all servers, storage, data protection, backup, and security functions working in one data center.
Huawei keeps investing in the computing industry with a strategy that focuses on four key areas.
Architecture innovation: Huawei invests intensively in basic research and has launched the Da Vinci architecture, an innovative processor architecture designed to unlock robust, affordable computing power.
Investment in all-scenario processors: The processor families include the Kunpeng processors for general computing, Ascend processors for AI, Kirin processors for smart devices, and Honghu processors for smart screens.
A clear business sphere: Huawei will not sell its processors directly. Instead, Huawei will provide them to customers in the form of cloud services, and to partners in the form of components, prioritizing support for integrated solutions.
An open ecosystem: In the next five years, Huawei will invest USD1.5 billion in the developer program, supporting five million developers and enabling partners worldwide to develop the next-generation intelligent applications and solutions.
Enterprises today are seeking to accelerate innovation and time to market by driving unprecedented resilience, agility, and workload consolidation from IT. With an intelligent hyperconverged infrastructure from HPE, all that is now within reach.
Cisco HyperFlex extends the simplicity of hyperconvergence from core to edge and multicloud, putting IT at the center of rapid innovation in a world where data is everywhere. The latest innovations in HyperFlex with Cisco Intersight are engineered to meet the unique requirements for deploying hyperconverged infrastructure at the edge at a global scale.