Better together with HPE ConvergedSystem and VMware infographic

| February 6, 2017

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A software-defined data center gives you and your organization increased agility, flexibility, and manageability. But to get there, you need a faster, easier, more e ective way to deliver a virtualized environment. HPE and VMware are at the forefront of this trend. Here’s why the HPE ConvergedSystem delivers the business agility that enables you to quickly adapt to market and customer needs. The combined solution gives you the power to be Refocus your investments on innovation, not operations, by lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your most critical workload solutions

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