Lynx Networks has worked with schools for over twenty years and has ten years’ experience in virtualisation technology.
The definition of virtualisation is the creation of a virtual, not physical, version of something. In IT, this can be an operating system, server, storage device or network. In its simplest form virtualisation means reducing hardware by running more than one of something on a single hardware device. The most common goal is server consolidation.
Whether your aim is to reduce costs or improve services, to save space or go green, virtualisation will help you achieve your goals. Today every part of the network can be virtualised including the storage arrays, servers, the personal computer and the network itself. In most cases the aims are the same, to do more with less but this is changing. If you adopt virtualisation fully the benefits will save much more than money. However, it has to be designed and implemented correctly.
Our designs use the best from VMware, Cisco, NetApp, Microsoft and HP so please contact us for the best advice, solutions and prices.