According to a recent press release, “Scale Computing, a market leader in edge computing, virtualization, and hyperconverged solutions, announced today the launch of its HE500 series of appliances in the HC3 family. Designed for organizations requiring reliable, easy to deploy, and affordable infrastructure at the edge of the network, the HE500 series delivers a highly available, self-healing and simple to operate solution. The series is highly-suited for remote multi-site deployments across industries, including healthcare, retail and manufacturing.”
The release goes on, “Edge computing describes a physical computing infrastructure, intentionally located outside the four walls of the data center, so storage compute resources can be placed where they are needed. Run on a small or tiny hardware footprint, infrastructure at the edge collects, processes, and reduces vast quantities of data, and can be further uploaded to either a centralized data center or the cloud. Edge computing acts as a high-performance bridge from local compute resources to both private and public clouds.”
It continues, “The HE500 series is a set of right-sized HCI appliances that provide enterprise-class features to remote locations and boost edge computing capabilities with disaster recovery. Each HE500 appliance model can be deployed quickly, managed locally or remotely, and is fitted with self-healing technology to provide almost instant failover and minimal downtime. In addition, the HE500 series provides a low-cost option for disaster recovery infrastructure that is easy to deploy, easy-to-use, and runs disaster recovery workloads reliably.”
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