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Make Virtualization a Reality: Introducing HC3
You’re Invited to an Exclusive IT Event!
Integrated servers, storage and virtualization built specifically for small and midsized companies.
Scale Computing recently launched it’s new product, HC3 – a completely virtualized 'datacenter-in-a-box' with servers, storage, and virtualization seamlessly integrated into a scalable, highly-available cluster for your applications. With no virtualization software to license and no external storage to buy, HC3 lowers out of pocket costs and radically simplifies the infrastructure needed to keep your applications running. HC3 makes the deployment and management of a highly available, scalable infrastructure as easy as managing a single server.
Designed specifically for small and midsized companies, HC3 is ideal for those who have not yet adopted virtualization due to cost and complexity, enabling them to run highly available applications.
Preview this game-changing technology by joining us on Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 2013 from 4:30-7pm for a Demo then "Happy Hour", compliments of Scale Computing, at Gordon Bierch Brewery & Restaurant, 848 Peachtree Street, NE, Midtown, Atlanta, GA. 30308.
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About Scale Computing
Scale Computing develops scale-out clustered IT infrastructure products for small to medium-sized organizations based on its patented ICOS [Intelligent Clustered Operating System] technology. Since launching its initial scale-out storage solution in 2009, Scale has grown to over 1,000 deployments. Scale is currently expanding its footprint throughout the datacenter with what analysts are calling the industry’s first hyperconverged architecture, HC3. Scale’s HC3 seamlessly integrates storage, servers and virtualization into a scalable, turnkey infrastructure that’s as easy to manage as a single server. Designed specifically for IT generalists, HC3 is ideal for those who have not yet adopted virtualization due to cost and complexity, enabling them to run highly available applications.