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NEW Arrow Solution Play – Intel Data Center Blocks for VMware vSAN

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Your customers depend on you to provide them with the latest technologies and solutions for their complex business needs. Fortunately, Arrow is always busy developing pre-built, market-validated sales tools that will save you time and headaches.

Today, we’d like to introduce you to our exciting new Intel Data Center Blocks for VMware vSAN – a powerful solution that supports a multitude of workloads in a hybrid cloud or on-premises configuration, including high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning and data intelligence.

Solution Play Benefits

  • You can help your customers simplify their own data center environment with this industry-leading HCI solution or let Arrow Global Services customize vSAN on Intel to build out your own service provider infrastructure.
  • Our team can help integrate your software solutions on Intel with vSAN with customized server branding.
  • Arrow provides global support coverage with a 3-year Intel hardware support plan with next-business-day on-site service and a 24×7 help desk.

For more information, download this Intel solution brief or Intel Data Center Blocks brochure from Arrow .

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Register today for Arrow’s Solutions Portal,* where you can explore not only the new Intel/VMware solution, but also our ever-growing portfolio of quick ramp and run Cloud, IoT, Data Intelligence and Security go-to-market sales tools.

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Last modified: November 5, 2019