Healthcare and life sciences are driven by emerging technologies and digitization, as well as by big data. Data that relies on advanced connectivity offers better patient outcomes and experiences. Understandably, the workloads and demands of healthcare and life sciences produce unique challenges. The Dell Technologies Health and Life Sciences team uses Dell EMC VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), along with other products from the Dell Technologies portfolio, to solve the needs of healthcare organizations. Dell Technologies offers organizations a way to modernize traditional healthcare applications, such as electronic health record (EHR) systems and picture archiving and communication system (PACS) applications, while also servicing enterprise workloads such as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), SQL, and Microsoft Exchange.
Dell Technologies is the world’s number one supplier of hyperconverged systems (IDC WW Quarterly Converged Systems Tracker, Vendor Revenue [US$M] Q1 2020, June 18, 2020), with the VxRail platform being a significant portion of Dell’s HCI business. The VxRail system is a flexible, secure platform for more than a single-application use case. Built on a performance-based, highly available, and scalable architecture, VxRail HCI is designed for use by multiple applications.
Along with other Dell Technologies solutions, the VxRail platform enables Health IT (HIT) teams to securely deploy and scale applications. VxRail HCI facilitates the delivery of innovative, secure, and sustainable solutions in pharmaceuticals, diagnostic imaging, AI, robotics, medical image storage, digital pathology, telemedicine, and more.