How consistent hardware infrastructure brings more value to SAP – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 695

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Don Potts is a Senior Manager-SAP Solutions at Dell Technologies. He joins the podcast to talk about how consistent hardware infrastructure provides additional value for SAP users.

SAP is one of the world’s largest enterprise resource planning providers. Its impact on business, finance and technology cannot be underestimated. Dell delivers solutions to meet customers wherever they are in their SAP journey. But for SAP to be most effective, customers need consistent hardware and modernized infrastructure. In this episode, guest host Jake Smith talks with Don Potts about why SAP is so important to joint Dell/Intel customers, how they are using it, and what value they are getting from it. They also discuss how Dell solutions for SAP, powered by Intel technologies, are helping transform the intelligent enterprise from edge to core.

Dell solutions for SAP are powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, and Intel Optane SSD.

To learn more about how Dell and Intel are jointly supporting SAP customers, visit:

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