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Modernize your IT Operations with Dell EMC VxRail

Is your business ready for what’s next?

In order to succeed in today’s digital world, businesses like yours need to deploy and operate an IT environment that takes full advantage of the innovation taking place across the industry – without the complexity of piecing together and supporting a wide range of patchwork. One of the ways to do this is to introduce hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) into the environment. Continue reading to find out what Dell EMC VxRail HCI systems can do for your business

“Dell Technologies has been #1 in HCI Systems for 16 consecutive quarters*, proving that if you’re looking to raise the bar for reliability, performance and operational simplicity in a cost-effective infrastructure solution, you need look no further than Dell EMC VxRail.

Why VxRail?

VxRail users are realizing exceptional productivity and business advantages as highlighted in a recently completed IDC study: “The Business Value of Dell EMC VxRail and VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail.” Participants in an IDC study from December 2020 described achieving strong value with Dell EMC VxRail by establishing a cost-effective, efficient, and agile IT infrastructure that enables automated operations capable of stretching from their data centers to cloud and edge environments. IDC calculated that the interviewed Dell Technologies customers will achieve benefits worth an annual average of $2.64 million per organization ($128,700 per 100 users)* by:

Optimizing IT infrastructure costs by running business critical workloads on a consolidated, high-performing platform that also delivers improved application reliability, functionality, and performance.

Delivering more value for IT teams, freeing up their time by reducing day-to-day operational work through functionalities such as one-touch deployments, automated patching and updates.

Minimizing costs and risks associated with unplanned outages and data loss by bringing down the frequency and duration of unplanned downtime events and improving their ability to back up, protect, and recover data and virtual machines (VMs).

Generating value for the business by ensuring that IT can support business expansion efforts, support more effective and productive development activity, and provide a better user experience.

Who uses VxRail?
VxRail provides a simple, cost effective hyperconverged solution that solves a wide range of your challenges and supports almost any use case, including tier-one applications and mixed workloads. VxRail enables faster, better, and simpler delivery of virtual desktops, business-critical applications, and remote office infrastructure.


Gain greater control of your workloads by deploying modern hyperconverged infrastructure across on-premises data centers, edge, and co-locations.

Higher performance

32% faster execution of business transactions.*

More business agility

71% faster deployment of new storage.

Faster business development

114% more new applications per year.*

Why Contact NEWCOM?

NEWCOM is a valued, Gold Partner of Dell Technologies and is able to answer questions and provide solutions tailored to your Dell technology needs. Based in the metropolitan Boston area with operations nationwide. Our expert project team of engineers offers turnkey solutions for commercial and public sector markets ranging from system analysis, design, installation, implementation, and system management, and raises the bar for the highest standards for customer support. Partnering with Dell Technologies allows NEWCOM to provide the critical link between IT solutions and business optimization providing customized, best-in-class solutions that are designed to maximize our client’s technology investment in the face of the on-going technological change. 

Reference: *IDC White Paper, sponsored by Dell EMC, Benefits of the Consistent Hybrid Cloud: A Total Cost of Ownership Analysis of the Dell Technologies Cloud, April 2019. Results based on U.S. costs of the Dell Technologies Cloud deploying common cloud environment workloads over a five-year period v. a leading native public cloud service provider. Actual results will vary.