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"We purchased this solution with a ten-year manufacturer warranty, and we have a three-year warranty with our local partner.""Its price is high. That's why people are now moving to hyper-converge."

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Top Answer: For VxBlock, the consistency of disc quality could be improved.
Top Answer: We use the solution for database applications, using all the core features. We're a customer of VxBlock.
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PowerOneVxBlock, VCE VxBlock System, Dell EMC VxBlock, VxBlock 1000
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Dell EMC PowerOne combines compute, storage, networking, and data
protection exclusively from across Dell EMC’s Power portfolio in a fullyengineered and highly-automated system to transform your data center. With
all-in-one simplicity, autonomous operations, and flexible consumption options,
PowerOne can accelerate your organization’s shift from traditional operations
to modern cloud outcomes.

VxBlock and Vblock Systems simplify all aspects of IT and enable organizations to achieve better business outcomes faster. Seamlessly integrating enterprise-class compute, network, storage and virtualization technologies from industry leaders Cisco, Dell EMC, and VMware, VxBlock and Vblock Systems, powered by Intel Xeon processors, deliver the world's most advanced converged infrastructure: engineered, manufactured, managed, supported and sustained as one, allowing you to focus on your business.

The Dell EMC Converged Systems portfolio offer choice, flexibility, and reliability for accelerating IT transformation - VxBlock System offers additional levels of flexibility with a choice of network virtualization from VMware NSX or Cisco ACI.

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Atos, Canadian Pacific, IDS, City of Denton, CenturyLink, BNP Paribas, Asyaport, EDF, CSC, Fox Sports, Insight, Hunter, KPIT, Paetec, Rosetta Stone, Sonda, Switch, Xerox
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Energy/Utilities Company29%
Comms Service Provider14%
Manufacturing Company14%
Computer Software Company49%
Comms Service Provider18%
Media Company10%
Financial Services Firm4%
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Small Business38%
Large Enterprise63%
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Dell EMC PowerOne is ranked 13th in Converged Infrastructure while Dell EMC VxBlock System is ranked 4th in Converged Infrastructure with 7 reviews. Dell EMC PowerOne is rated 0.0, while Dell EMC VxBlock System is rated 7.8. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Dell EMC VxBlock System writes "Highly optimized equipment that increases efficiencies and is very stable". Dell EMC PowerOne is most compared with , whereas Dell EMC VxBlock System is most compared with Dell EMC Vscale Architecture, HPE ConvergedSystem, FlexPod, Oracle Private Cloud Appliance and Oracle SuperCluster.

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