SimpliVity, an IT company that offers hyperconverged infrastructures, shared that it is already rapidly growing in the Philippines, with more than 50 hyperconverged platforms shipped to government, telecommunications, education, and manufacturing customers within only six months. “We are thrilled by SimpliVity’s rapid adoption after just entering the Philippines market,” said Scott Morris, Vice President of Asia Pacific and Japan. “We believe our products offer enterprises a great opportunity to scale out their infrastructure and become adaptable in a constantly evolving business environment–something their old legacy systems just couldn’t handle. And with our latest release, OmniStack 3.5, we are eager to see even greater adoption of hyperconvergence in the country.” SimpliVity offers Philippines corporations predictable performance, reduced TCO, accelerated data efficiency, flexibility to scale as the company grows, and ultra-fast provisioning on its hyperconvergence solutions. There are five inter-connected IT issues that businesses in the Philippines are facing: handling a explosive growth of data as well as the challenges associated with storing, protecting and moving data; lack of data center facilities, floor space, and power; agility of IT to support a rapidly evolving business model; shortage of skilled IT talent in the country to manage an IT infrastructure; and slow internet speeds and lack of Internet bandwidth. SimpliVity helps customers address all of these challenges by massively simplifying the IT infrastructure. SimpliVity minimizes the cost and complexity of storing, moving, protecting, and backing up data. It combines all the functionality of an entire data center stack below the hypervisor—including compute, storage, wan optimization, backup, and more—to an industry-standard x86 hardware. In addition, the simplified infrastructure consolidates the space and components required for an agile, speedy data center, and makes it easier for IT generalists to manage the entire infrastructure.