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The only thing converged in “converged infrastructure” is the purchase order

Photo by PixaBay User: NeuPaddy I was at a CIO roundtable in Portland a couple of weeks ago and during the introductions, one of the CIOs said, “We’ve been using hyperconverged for the past five years on a Vblock.” My … Continue reading

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Implications of the Dell OEM Relationship for Nutanix Channel Partners

In the technology industry, OEM means that a manufacturer purchases a product at a deep discount with carte blanche to package and sell it as desired. Nutanix, consistent with our corporate DNA for breaking the rules, is also changing the … Continue reading

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10 reasons why web-scale infrastructure will trounce converged infrastructure 1.0

In The Register last week, a VCE spokesperson said that comparing Nutanix to Vblock is like comparing a glove box in one vehicle to an entire car. A more applicable, albeit fictional, automobile analogy would be to contrast an inexpensive Tesla … Continue reading

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