Discovery platform InMobi selected Dell converged infrastructure offering for accelerated deployment and to drive power its efficiencies.
It follows a partnership announcement in November to build innovative and potentially disruptive solutions to increase business agility and enhance outcomes for InMobi.
“Dell’s rate of deployment and provisioning of servers have helped our business teams serve to market faster and we are extremely happy,” said Sanjay Kharb, Vice President- Production Engineering, InMobi.
Currently, InMobi deployed Dell’s FX2 servers which is part of Dell’s converged infrastructure strategy.
With Dell’s support, InMobi offers the PowerEdge FX blade-based architecture in the form of a 2U rack-mounted modular compute and storage platform.
InMobi said Dell products have helped it to increase the compute density by 1.5x with future plans to move the DB and grid class machines as well.
The deployment also involved Dell’s Open Manage Power Center (OMPC) to measure, report and cap the power consumption. The OMPC helps maximize visibility and control with innovative power and thermal management software.
“We are confident that our FX2 converged architecture combined with our industry-leading OMPC solution will help InMobi exponentially gain competitive business advantage,” Manish Gupta, Director, Enterprise Solutions Group.