QCT Leverages Intel Technologies to Exceed vSAN Standards – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 196

February 20th, 2020 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Wendy Wu, Business Development Manager at Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), joins Conversations in the Cloud to talk about QCT’s new Intel Select Solutions for VMware vSAN.

QCT has partnered with VMware since 2014 and QCT’s vSAN version 2 solution exceeds program standards. Wendy talks about that success and how innovations like Intel Optane SSD and 2nd Generation Xeon processors achieve high performance. QCT offers a wide variety of customizations that are validated for performance between Intel and VMware. They have been able to customize profile offerings for workloads and scenarios such as remote office data storage or animation use cases.

QCT and Intel Select Solutions share a common value: to simplify the deployment process for customers. Pre-validated offerings are workload optimized to ensure performance, which saves time and gives confidence to users. As demands for hybrid cloud continue to climb, Wendy expects QCT will work to minimize customer effort and stay ahead on trends like HCI.

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