If Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HPE, IBM, Inspur or Lenovo is your server and systems vendor of choice, you can now harness the powerful combination of the industry’s leading enterprise cloud software with market-leading enterprise hardware. Nutanix has teamed with Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HPE, IBM, Inspur and Lenovo to deliver hyperconverged appliances that natively integrate compute, storage and virtualization into turnkey systems.
Available since November 2014, the Dell EMC XC web-scale converged appliances have been rapidly adopted by customers looking for the Nutanix software experience combined with the hardware and support leadership of Dell EMC. Dell EMC XC helps customers simplify how they deploy and manage their server virtualization, private cloud, and desktop and application virtualization solutions.
Initially introduced in EMEA and India in 2017, the Fujitsu XF appliance offering was expanded to include North America in May 2019 with the goal of further expanding globally by the end of the year. Noted for its high quality and attention to performance and lower power consumption, the Fujitsu offering is trusted by top companies worldwide to run the most demanding applications.
A global partnership announced in April 2019, Nutanix plans to offer the jointly engineered appliance with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) with expected deliveries from the HPE factory to begin deliveries later in 2019. The offering combines the #1 HCI software offering from Nutanix with the #1 installed base of servers worldwide from HPE. Noted for their ease of management and secure development and production, HPE technology is trusted by top companies around the world.
Since July 2017 IBM Hyperconverged Systems powered by Nutanix have been available for order. Delivering the performance of IBM’s Power processor architecture, this offering will bring unprecedented throughput for data-intensive workloads. Furthermore, this Cognitive Computing platform gains the simplicity of Nutanix for delivery of a Cognitive Cloud for your on-premises data center.