October 18, 2012 – Dell introduced new infrastructure brands, called Active Infrastructure and Active Systems, and company leaders expounded on status and plans with servers, networking and storage during a webcast Thursday from San Francisco.
The meat of the presentation came in the form of Active Infrastructure, Dell’s new converged infrastructure portfolio brand offered as a pre-configured enterprise deployment or as Active System Architectures, its customizable virtualization infrastructure. Part of that portfolio includes the Active Systems Management tool to manage common infrastructure tasks. In addition, Dell introduced its blade-based Active System 800, a model built specifically for virtualized environments, which includes its EqualLogic storage and Force 10 networking.
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