QCT Showcases Validated Solutions that Fulfill Diverse Workloads Requirements at VMworld 2019
27 Aug. 2019

Cloud enabler leverages the latest technologies to accelerate time-to-value for its customers

San Francisco (August 26, 2019) Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), a data center solution provider, demonstrated its comprehensive workload ready hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solutions today at VMworld 2019. These up-to-date offerings deliver reliable and powerful solutions that simplify the digital transformation journey for cloud service providers and enterprises that need to implement cloud technologies for a variety of workloads on a daily basis.


As a long-standing data center solution provider, QCT grasps the pulse of the market and collaborates with technology-leading partners to enable HCI solutions for customers to build modern clouds. With the large success of Intel® Select Solutions for VMware vSAN™ last year, QCT is now committed to deliver the second version of the Intel® Select Solutions for VMware vSAN™ as well as the newly announced Intel® Select Solutions for Google Cloud’s Anthos, a modern hybrid cloud application announced by Google earlier this year. Both solutions take advantage of the latest technology in the 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors.



Meanwhile, QCT has worked with its partners to create building blocks around the latest releases of Cloud Native Services (CNS), Network Function Virtualization (NFV) infrastructures, 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, and VMware vSAN ReadyNode™ to fulfill the demanding digital transformation requirements that a diverse pool of industries need. QCT showcased its full line-up of servers from data center to edge with services for the end-to-end solution building process that allow its customers to create seamless agile solutions that simplify their operations with unmatched business advantages at VMworld.


The wide range of workload driven Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions—all based on the latest VMware technologies— on display at VMworld 2019 include: