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IP EXPO Nordic Plays Host to HyperGrid for the First Time

 

HyperGrid, the pioneer in creating and developing the world's first and only HyperConverged Infrastructure-as-a-Service (HCIaaS) solution, is attending this year's IP EXPO Nordic in Stockholm for the first time, on 27-28 September 2016.

HyperGrid (Stand 320), formerly known as Gridstore, is showcasing the industry's first HyperConverged Infrastructure-as-a-Service (HCIaaS), an application-aware offering that brings the simplicity of HCI together with a pay-as-you-consume pricing model, to demonstrate to visitors how businesses can take steps towards improving their IT estate.

A recent study has revealed the rapid growth of companies adopting HyperConverged Infrastructure, as organisations strive for more operational efficiency as well as reduced data centre costs. HyperGrid plans to remain ahead of the competition as the market continues to grow, with its industry-first HCIaaS bringing a unique new option to the market.

An innovative response to customer demand, HyperGrid has delivered a new service model with no upfront costs, no contracts and no commitments to be locked in to a specific vendor. HyperGrid has delivered a flexible pay-as-you-grow model, allowing for enterprise scalability.

Doug Rich, VP of EMEA, HyperGrid, said: "Our first IP Expo Nordic is an excellent opportunity for HyperGrid to unveil the industry's first HyperConverged Infrastructure-as-a-Service. Our new offering is set to deliver a competitive edge to businesses of all sizes, by powering business enablement, efficiency and revenue generation. HCIaaS provides all the benefits of the cloud, with the security and compliance of on-premise systems that can be metered and consumed on a per-unit basis, scaling up or down as businesses demand."

HCIaaS is the first solution that bridges the needs of traditional and cloud-native developers with IT Operations, delivering an AWS-like environment that enables complete DevOps. By combining compute, storage and network capabilities within a single server, users are provided with a drastic space reduction as well as an all-in-one system. By merging the three services together, cost reductions and high performances are assured.

Published Tuesday, September 06, 2016 8:48 AM by David Marshall
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