The Neuralytix position on contemporary computing is that we make an assumption of convergence – compute, storage and network, working in harmony in one physical footprint. Most of the leading vendors have a solution that realizes this. For these
vendors, converged infrastructures (CIs) have minimized differentiation, and commoditized the concept of the solution. While this may be a benefit to end-users in terms of cost efficiency and modularity, it has taken a toll on the value-added reseller (VAR). For many VARs, CI means lower margins.
One company, Scale Computing, has taken on this challenge, and have produced a solution that is differentiated in its design, cost efficient for the mid-market end-user, and enables VARs to add their touch of uniqueness, that translates directly to
margin and profitability.