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The world of data is changing with businesses facing an explosion in information volumes and the need to mine different data sources and data types. More than ever, organizations must collect and make use of this volume of data to analyze overall business strategy and make timely decisions to gain a competitive edge.
While large enterprises have traditionally addressed this challenge with enterprise data warehouse deployments, the majority of mid-market customers do not have a formal data warehouse. The complexities and cost of planning, designing, purchasing, installing, and tuning a data warehouse can take months to complete and has been too daunting for small to medium sized organizations. Imagine the possibilities of a complete production-ready data warehouse solution that has everything (software, hardware, services, and support) pre-installed, optimized and sold at the price point you can afford?
This is possible with the new Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance with SQL Server 2012 offering from Microsoft and Dell. Furthering the partnership that already brought Dell Enterprise Data Warehouse (Parallel Data Warehouse) and Dell SQL Server 2012 Fast Track offerings for customers’ medium to large enterprise warehouse deployments, Dell Quickstart was purposely built for small and medium-sized businesses. Quickstart delivers more power and capacity with a smaller footprint and with less friction for customers to get up and running at a lower cost.
With the Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance, one price includes everything needed to quickly deploy and easily manage a data warehouse in a comprehensive and integrated solution. This appliance is an affordable all-inclusive package for mid-market and departmental customers who even with limited experience and resources can now afford a powerful data warehousing solution.
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