Originally published on May 27, 2015
Compute is not a typo for “computer.” Nor does it mean “to calculate something.” In terms of enterprise infrastructure, compute refers to anything on the end-user side of the network. This includes:
In simplified terms, the definition of compute is this: it’s a term that includes the full range of infrastructure elements that are otherwise not included in network, operations, and/or telephony.
What is compute worth in the grand scheme of your entire infrastructure?
The way businesses and IT departments deal with compute can be polarizing:
The IT department’s budget is always a careful balancing act between functionality, fire-fighting, and/or investing in growth and innovation.
It’s important for organizations to realize that investing in compute components (even in client endpoints like new computers and laptops) is far from a cosmetic fix. Any updates you implement on the compute side of your infrastructure should be paired with updates on the network side of the infrastructure.
Centre’s C-Stack uses best-of-breed technology for every component of your infrastructure. We’ve designed our compute components with resources from enterprise technology partners like Dell, Citrix, VMware, and HP. Your end-users and, ultimately, your entire organization can reap benefits like:
Discover the value of upgrading your compute components across the organization. Contact a certified consultant Centre Technologies today for more information.
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