Hitachi Vantara Announces High-Performance Hybrid Cloud and Database Solutions Powered by AMD

Hitachi Vantara, the data storage, infrastructure, and hybrid cloud management subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., is developing of high-performance and energy-efficient hybrid cloud and database solutions.

The new, highly-performant AMD EPYC CPU-powered Hitachi Vantara hybrid cloud solutions combine converged and hyperconverged solutions, including Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP), with 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors.

According to the company, this represents a significant advancement in the realm of hybrid cloud and database solutions designed to provide businesses with an “all in” feature set to enhance data center performance and efficiency.

Offering breakthrough performance and sustainable computing, the new Hitachi Vantara converged and hyperconverged solutions deliver the much needed high-performance, scale, and cost-reduction for hybrid cloud, database, and high-performance environments.

“With increasing demand from businesses and customers to maximize the performance of business applications, organizations need innovative solutions to stay ahead. This announcement represents a convergence of expertise and innovation aimed at empowering businesses with transformative solutions,” said Octavian Tanase, chief product officer, Hitachi Vantara. “By leveraging the exceptional performance of AMD 4th Gen EPYC processors, we are delivering high-density and throughput solutions with 100% data availability guarantee that redefine industry standards. The solutions offer a suite of key differentiators in the realm of hybrid cloud, databases, and high-performance computing, providing high-performance, efficient, and scalable solutions tailored to modern enterprise needs.

Key benefits of the solutions include:

  • Faster time to value
  • High performance 
  • Sustainability 
  • Reduced computing cost 

The UCP portfolio also includes the Hitachi UCP for Azure Stack HCI, which helps deliver a consistent hybrid cloud infrastructure across edge, core, and public clouds.

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