Fujitsu’s vShape virtualisation for SME

Posted On 13 Nov 2013
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IT distributor Entatech UK has added Fujitsu’s vShape solution to its portfolio. vShape is designed to simply integrate an organisation’s storage, server, network and virtualisation software into one. With a a single part number and sales support vShape is server virtualisation straight-out-of-the box, delivering ROI not DIY for business IT managers. Jon Atherton, Entagroup Vice President, commented:” Our products have always focused on providing a total solution for our customers and the addition of vShape to our portfolio completely fulfils this.” Consisting of NetApp FAS storage, Brocade IP switches and VMware virtualisation technology, vShape runs on Fujitsu ‘Primergy’ servers which are designed and optimised for virtualisation. Available starting small, at 25 virtual servers” a pre-integrated offer for the UK market” the solution can be scaled up to 50, 100 and 200. This feature makes vShape ideal for smaller organisations, whilst also having the ability to facilitate customers with many users.

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