Unified Data Center Fabric

Reduce Costs and Improve Flexibility

Reduce Costs and Improve Flexibility

Our fabric-based approach to data center infrastructure eliminates the tiered silos and inefficiencies of multiple network domains, instead offering a flatter, unified fabric that allows consolidation of LAN, SAN, and network-attached storage (NAS) over one high-performance and fault-tolerant network.

Unified Fabric delivers massive scalability and resiliency to the data center by creating large pools of virtualized network resources that can be easily moved and rapidly reprovisioned. This approach reduces complexity and enables automated deployment of new virtual machines and applications in the future.

Deep integration between the architecture of the server and the network enables delivery of secure IT services within the data center, between data centers, and beyond the data center to users with any device.


As organizations increasingly rely on IT to help enable, and even change, their business strategies, they need their IT infrastructure to be more powerful, agile, and cost-effective than ever.
Today’s enterprises require continual system availability, demand ubiquitous access, and expect rapid and fluid responses to their ever-changing business needs.
To provide these functions, enterprise data centers are challenged to get more use out of existing resources and operate quickly, with increased agility. Specifically, they must address the following data center challenges:
  • Improve asset utilization to reduce or defer capital expenses
  • Reduce power and cooling consumption to cut costs and align with green business practices
  • Make data and resources available in real time to provide flexibility and alignment with current and future business needs

To meet these challenges, you must build a single network-based data center infrastructure that unifies traditional server, storage, and network operations to more efficiently support evolving business applications.


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