From Databases to VDI to AI-Based Diagnostics: Performance is Key
Healthcare organizations have unique infrastructure needs due to their diverse workloads and regulatory requirements. For example, organizations typically run database and analytics workloads to support electronic health records (EHRs). They also need to support unique emerging artificial intelligence (AI) workloads that require specialized performance. It’s also common for healthcare organizations to rely heavily on virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to better manage user access.
Across all these scenarios, security is critical to protect confidential medical and billing records. But older-generation servers might not be able to provide the levels of performance and security that modern healthcare organizations need.
Newer Dell™ PowerEdge™ servers with 32-core 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors offer several benefits for performance, manageability, and security. But are those benefits enough to warrant an upgrade?