As data volume and associated needs evolve, siloed converged and hyperconverged architectures leave equipment sitting idle. And with the drive toward artificial intelligence as either the primary function or a compelling feature of today’s most valuable business applications, better hardware utilization and software license utilization is more important to data center costs than ever.
With Liqid Command Center software, these resources can be directed to whatever application requires them, whether it is up and down a rack via PCIe, or across distance via Infiniband or Ethernet.
Among the most compelling benefits of Liqid’s composable infrastructure solutions is the ability of our Command Center software to better utilize data center resources, including software licenses, to improve overall data center TCO.
With right-sized, bare-metal servers defined through software, resources can be released for other purposes once a task is complete. The same data center footprint can exponentially improve its utilization by freeing hardware from factory configurations.
Adding to this benefit, software licenses come at a high premium and are usually attached to physical CPUs (aka servers). Liqid composable infrastructure enables the decoupling of CPUs to software licenses. By enabling the creation of software-defined servers on-demand through software, businesses don’t have to scale resources by adding more CPUs, and thus more licenses, further improving TCO.
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