Dell EMC, HPE and Lenovo outline next-gen hyperconverged systems on VMware

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Hyper-convergence in the data center is at the center of a series of announcements out of the VMworld conference kicking off in Las Vegas this week. Dell EMC, Lenovo, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveiled systems designed to boost their portfolios aimed at the lucrative converged systems market. Dell EMC, parent company to VMware, has a span of product rollouts that the company says will reduce infrastructure complexity for enterprises. Products include new VMware Ready Systems, expanded features on the Dell EMC's turnkey hybrid cloud platforms, and advancements to VxRail Appliances and VxRack SDDC Systems. Each update is designed to help modernize IT for VMware environments and data centers at any scale, according to Dell EMC.

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