Alright, folks, we’ve got some exciting tech news to dive into today. We’re talking about QCT, a company that’s been making waves in the industry with their compute, storage, networking, and AI solutions. They’re known for servicing cloud providers, but lately, they’re making moves into the enterprise space with their VMware and Microsoft solutions.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the VMware solutions that QCT has been cooking up. They’ve got QxStack for VCF, QxVDI for virtual desktop infrastructure, and QxStack Tanzu for Kubernetes. And pay attention, because they’re putting a lot of emphasis on AI too.
One thing that caught our eye is the use of the QCT QuantaGrid D54Q system in their pre-validated solutions. Now, this bad boy comes in both air-cooled and liquid-cooled variants. And you gotta check out the liquid-cooled version, it’s seriously cool.
But wait, there’s more. VMware is making moves in the hybrid cloud world, and QCT has got their back with the QCT VMware HCI solution. This means the hardware has been pre-certified to work seamlessly with VMware vSphere, vSAN, and other components. And hey, we know some of you like to build your own VMware clusters, but for those who want support, these pre-certified solutions are a game-changer.
And don’t think we forgot about Microsoft. QCT has got their own Microsoft Azure Stack HCI solutions too. It’s all about flexibility here, folks. Microsoft’s got the on-prem cloud resources, but they’ve also got the ability to scale to the Azure public cloud and other clouds. And QCT even has its own Windows Admin Center extension. That’s a big deal, it’s like the entry ticket to the Azure Stack HCI party.
But what really sets QCT apart from the rest is their prowess in the AI space. They’ve been in the game for years, building AI servers for large hyper-scale companies. And now, they’re taking that expertise and partnering with VMware and NVIDIA to create an Enterprise AI solution for enterprises. Believe me when I say that there’s a huge demand for AI solutions right now, and QCT is right in the thick of it.
So, to wrap it all up, QCT is expanding their portfolio to cater not just to cloud providers, but also to enterprises using VMware and Microsoft. And trust me, they’ve got some seriously cool servers up their sleeves. In fact, we’re getting a chance to see them in action in just a couple of weeks. So stay tuned for more updates on this exciting tech journey.