The phablet is seen by many as the future of smartphones, combining the portability of a handset with the extra dimensions that make them halfway to being a tablet, and evidence suggests that this is a market which will not quieten down any time soon.
Designed to treat hardware like software, composable infrastructure is the next big thing for the enterprise data centre. The demand for third platform technologies such as mobile, social, cloud and big data solutions has generated a greater dependency on resiliency, reliability and the speed at which modern organisations can innovate and react to customer requirements.
Solutionpath has been shortlisted at the finals of the UK IT Awards and the CRN Channel Awards for the 'Small Supplier or VAR of the Year' and 'Managed Services Provider of the Year' respectively, and has also made it through to the final round at the Northern Stars awards are now through to the final rounds of the competitions.
Composable infrastructure could re-define computer architecture over the coming years, offering unmatched data centre automation. Composable infrastructure allows businesses to scale their server requirements more effectively, managing hardware by commands from software. Resource pools are created and assigned only in response to specific requirements of applications on an ongoing basis, facilitating a more streamlined process.