Crystal Group, a leading designer/manufacturer of rugged computer hardware, has released a new white paper that shares insight on how branch military organisations and industries are utilising hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) to better manage, provide access to, and protect valuable data collected in extreme tactical environments found in the field, at sea, in the air or in space.
Furthermore, data being generated, shared, and stored is at an all-time high – and is continuously growing. Therefore, to get the job done, professionals in the office and in the field are relying on information collected from growing data sets.
HCI consolidates multiple devices in a single cluster. It adds advanced software to take advantage of the Internet of Things, the cloud, and resource virtualisation. Ruggedised HCI systems tightly integrate enterprise cloud capabilities with high performance computing, networking, and storage hardware to deliver a compact, deployable data centre.
What does the White Paper Offer?
The white paper, “Hyperconverged Infrastructure Brings Enterprise Cloud to Tactical Environments” presents insight into:
- How ruggedised HCI systems can provide significant cost savings
- Compared to the cost of acquiring and maintaining three separate systems – Therefore, leading to a speedier return on investment
- How ruggedised HCI systems provide the benefits of large capacity, small SWaP, rapid deployment, scalability, continuity, and security
- And how to select ruggedised HCI systems
To download Crystal Groups White Paper on this topic simply click this link here.