Data Center

Greenpanel chooses Dell Technologies Hyperconverged Infrastructure to modernize its IT systems

Manish Gupta

Greenpanel, India’s largest manufacturer of wood panels, has chosen Dell EMC VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure to modernize its data center and optimize manufacturing and business operations. 

Greenpanel also implemented Dell ProSupportPlus (PSP), which comes bundled with the SupportAssist Enterprise functionality. Dell PSP’s AI capabilities enable automation and eliminate time consuming manual processes, by proactively detecting and reporting hardware failures to Dell’s ProSupport Plus engineers, who are available 24×7 for customer support. 

The project was implemented, seamlessly and within a small window of just two weeks to enable business continuity and reduce downtime. 

Manish Gupta, Senior Director & General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India, said, “Businesses are relying heavily on new technologies to innovate and succeed in a competitive landscape. Dell EMC VxRail helped Greenpanel address challenges in managing their mission-critical applications and complex hardware without the need for specialist resources”  “We took a consultative approach to arrive at a long-term solution that enabled Greenpanel to automate and modernize their datacenter with new technologies that allowed them to focus on their core business.” 

Dr. Vineet Bansal, CIO, Greenpanel, said, “The defining factors contributing to Greenpanel success are its culture of innovation, foresight, and sustainable practices. Technology has always helped us stay ahead of the curve.” “We wanted a solutions provider that understood our core fundamentals, and Dell Technologies did just that. With the deployment of HCI, we are now able to focus on driving innovation and enabling future IT initiatives for our business.”  


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