Fujitsu servers get DataCore certified

Fujitsu servers get DataCore certified

Expands storage pathway and offerings

DataCore Software has given certification to Fujitsu Primergy BX and CX servers.

The software-defined storage and virtual storage area network (SAN) solutions have doubled in scale and performance according to DataCore.

The products are aimed at the mid-market. Particularly, organisations running Microsoft virtualisation projects and mixed Hyper-V and VMware environments running business critical applications like Microsoft Dynamics ERP, SQL databases, SharePoint, Exchange, SAP, Oracle and VDI.

DataCore said its SANsymphony-V and converged Virtual SAN software enable Fujitsu Primergy servers to be transformed into fully featured software-defined storage servers that are able to virtualise, enhance and derive the utmost productive value from a company’s present and future storage investments.

Fujitsu service platform business vice president, Jens-Peter Seick, said the two firms are committed to delivering industry-leading solutions, and the partnership and certifications with DataCore make it simple for users to obtain the highest quality, fully optimized and most cost-effective solutions.

“The DataCore Ready designation applied to Fujitsu Primergy servers and Fujitsu’s storage products emphasizes a much higher standard and level of solution compatibility."

The announcement furthers the partnership launched earlier in the year in Europe between DataCore and Fujitsu.

The firm said the latest SVA models are fully tuned systems which are delivered as turn-key appliances with all the necessary hardware and software included. Customer support services are available from Fujitsu and DataCore.

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