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Dell Technologies, one of the world’s largest IT infrastructure vendors, has chosen Scala to host its colocation environment in data centers (DCs) SP1 and SP2 in São Paulo, Brazil. Scala Data Centers is a hyperscalable data center platform with sustainable operations that was founded by DigitalBridge, an investment holding company in digital infrastructure.
Dell delivers its ServicesSelect to market using Scala’s platform, which includes ultra-connectivity, renewable and certified energy to enable infrastructure expansions in long-term situations, and full 24x7x365 support. In a service mode, the solution comprises of a collection of management services and support for IT infrastructure settings.
This sort of employment is a global trend that allows for more options and savings while easing the complexity of the digital transition, according to Scala. By 2024, IDC predicts that more than 75 percent of edge infrastructure and more than half of data center infrastructure would be consumed as a service.
“We enable the infrastructure necessary for key partners like Dell to sell, through our platform, in a secure and highly scalable way,” said Cleber Braz, VP of Sales and Marketing at Scala.
Dell Technologies’ ServicesSelect would enable enterprises wishing to digitize or embark on a cloud journey to do it in a “flexible, agile, and cost-effective” manner. Through the quality of the datacenters, the technologies chosen for usage, and the IT responsibility transferred and assumed by Scala and Dell professionals, Dell’s new solution would also help customers optimize their outcomes and focus on their business goals.
Selecting a strategic data center provider is a critical stage in the managed infrastructure delivery process, stated Dell Technologies. “We solve any customer concerns about the IT environment with Scala,” said Christiano Lucena, Vice President of Storage Platforms and Solutions at Dell Technologies Latin America. “We generate more savings due to the transformation of their budgets from CAPEX to OPEX, and greater innovation and efficiency for their business.”