Virtualisation is the most effective way of reducing IT expenses while boosting efficiency and agility. But for small and medium-sized businesses with few dedicated IT staff, it can often feel out of reach. Fujitsu is changing that.
Fujitsu’s PRIMEFLEX Cluster-in-a-box solutions deliver a complete, pre-integrated environment that’s engineered for simple and straightforward virtualisation – straight out of the box. Just one hour to virtualisation ready – with no need for specialist IT skills.
They’ve built them with smaller businesses and branches in mind, removing the need for specialist IT skills and delivering a complete solution that enables you to go from the box to a virtualised IT environment in less than an hour.
With Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX Cluster-in-a-box, you can move away from an expensive, piecemeal approach to hardware procurement. Instead, you can simplify IT with a single solution from a single vendor, managed and supported as a single product by FGS. And the entire system has been pre-built, pre-configured and pre-tested to maximise availability, minimise management requirements, and deliver business value from day one.
PRIMEFLEX Cluster-in-a-box takes the complexity out of virtualisation, with a complete, compact system that can be deployed by anyone in under an hour.
Straight out-of-the-box, fully virtualised, enterprise-class IT architecture for everybody without the hassle of designing, integrating and testing it yourself.
See why PRIMEFLEX vShape is different. Watch the overview video now.
Storage efficiency is essential for education establishments faced with growing demand. Fujitsu’s ETERNUS storage portfolio tackles this issue head-on. An innovative, block based system, the ETERNUS DX range provides a simple solution to the challenges of scalability. The results are long-term cost savings and a sustainable response to ongoing IT needs.
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