Nutanix originally started with a single hardware platform (NX) supporting a single hypervisor, all of which enabled the company to hone its software capabilities and tight integration with the hardware layer, before expanding support to include other vendor platforms, hypervisors and clouds.
The 8th generation NX platforms are based on the 3rd Gen Intel Ice Lake processors (code named: Ice Lake), and provide customers with a high degree of configuration flexibility, including over memory, storage and GPU options.
The range of Nutanix NX platforms are designed for all common on-premises hyperconverged infrastructure and hybrid cloud use cases, including:
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Yes. The NX-3155G platform is customizable to support the NVIDIA GPU cards.
At launch, Nutanix AOS supports Nutanix AHV and VMware ESXi hypervisors.
A support announcement for Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor will be made after the initial launch.
Further information on which hypervisor versions are compatible with AOS can be found in the following Nutanix KB article: https://portal.nutanix.com/page/documents/kbs/details?targetId=kA03200000098b6CAA.
Nutanix has world-class 90+ Net Promoter Score (NPS) support for its solutions.
Further detail can be found here: https://www.nutanix.com/support-services/product-support.
Nutanix offers multiple tiers of support and details can be found here: https://www.nutanix.com/sg/viewer.html?type=pdf&path=/content/dam/nutanix/resources/support/nutanix-support-guide.pdf
Detailed platform specifications of all Nutanix supported platforms are provided in the web-app found here: https://www.nutanix.com/specsheet.
Nutanix offers VDI (per user) and ROBO (per VM) which allow customers to manage their costs. Read more here: https://www.nutanix.com/blog/next-frontier-invisible-licensing-for-robo-vdi-environments.