Power management company Eaton is collaborating with Scale Computing, a provider of hyperconverged storage, server and virtualization for midsized companies. As part of the collaboration, Eaton and Scale Computing will provide data center and IT professionals with power management solutions that scale along with Scale Computing’s HC3 environment, to meet their growth and expansion needs.
As more midsized companies shift mission-critical IT resources to virtual infrastructures, IT professionals face growing pressure to create efficiencies while ensuring business continuity, said Jeff Ready, CEO and co-founder of Scale Computing, noting that with Eaton’s products powering its solutions, these organizations can capitalize on the hyperconvergence trend while also protecting their investments for the long term.
According to Scale Computing, its HC3 virtualization platform is a complete “data center in a box,” offering organizations server, storage and virtualization integrated into a single appliance.
Eaton provides scalable and redundant power management supplies to Scale Computing HC3 appliances in up to 8-node clusters.
Customers transitioning to a hyperconverged infrastructure seek simplicity and scalability in identifying the right technology to meet their needs, observed Hervé Tardy, vice president and general manager, Distributed Power Quality Division, Eaton. The combination of Scale Computing’s HC3 appliances with Eaton’s solutions will help midsized businesses adopt hyperconverged technology with a complete power management solution to organize, protect and manage their investments, he added.
To learn more about Scale Computing’s HC3 platform, visit www.scalecomputing.com. To learn about Eaton’s full line of products to help data center professionals organize, protect and manage their critical infrastructure, visit Eaton.com/powerquality.