IPM, a Ricoh Company, is the number one provider of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions in the Iberian Peninsula. Hyperconvergence is a scalable building block based piece of SDDC architecture that seamlessly combines all the functions of a data centre (computing, storage, virtualisation and networking) by providing a single point of management and control for the virtualised infrastructure.
With the help of Dell EMC solutions such as XtremIO, VMAX All-Flash and Isilon All-Flash, IPM, a Ricoh Company, helps companies and organisations transform IT infrastructure through use of All-Flash storage technology. Adopting this technology provides higher performance, lower TCO and better results for the business.
Software-defined data centre
The innovation and optimisation of services offered by information technologies that satisfy business demands depend fundamentally on the capacity to transform, operate and automate the processes of value on the IT chain. For this reason, it is a fundamental requirement that the data centre architecture is based on software solutions.
Backup and Restore
Businesses and organisations rely on backup and recovery processes to maintain business continuity. IPM, a Ricoh Company, customers benefit from different backup software tools such as Avamar and Networker, and from hardware devices like data domain, to store and restore data from backups in compliance with current government regulations.
To reduce the risk of losing information, to relocate data or to protect data in a secondary processing unit or location so operations can be resumed from there, IPM, a Ricoh Company, replicates customer data with the Dell EMC solutions most suited to their real needs.