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DXC Technology | April 2, 2017

Navy Reduces Data Center Footprint

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Nathan Burke.

Leveraging converged infrastructure

As part of the refresh of the Enterprise Virtual Infrastructure (EVI), DXC Technology is leveraging a converged infrastructure approach that allows for a reduced footprint, denser virtualization, less power and cooling requirements, and smaller data centers. While Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) end users won’t see a difference in their services, the Navy will enjoy reductions in data center consumption, cost for refresh, and licensing.

Going forward, there will be an add-on of additional features to further monitor and consolidate to improve operating efficiencies in the data center environment.

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This success story was originally written by HPE Enterprise Services, which is now a part of DXC Technology as of April 2017.

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