Fujitsu and VMware form the channel in hyperconvergent infrastructure

| January 13, 2017

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Fujitsu , the hand of VMware , will hold two sessions in Barcelona and Madrid, to show its distribution channel the benefits of creating infrastructures hiperconvergentes IT solutions such as Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX for VSAN .Given the necessary evolution of IT environments, companies must prepare their infrastructures to meet new needs and accommodate new forms of access to information that are increasingly proliferating.In this scenario, more and more businesses are turning to respond to these new requirements by creating infrastructure hiperconvergentes IT , accessible from anywhere and provide services quickly and efficiently.

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