Hitachi unveils software defined infrastructure solution

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation has introduced next phase of social innovation business strategy and software defined infrastructure solution.
The company has introduced next phase of Social Innovation business strategy including Hitachi Live Insight for IT Operations, Hitachi Clinical Repository for connected health, and Hitachi Live Insight Center of Excellence.
Hitachi Data Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, acquired Avrio, oXya, Pantascene and Pentaho in the last one year to support Social Innovation and analytics portfolio.
The Hitachi Data Systems delivers value for both businesses and societies by addressing population growth and urbanization, aging public infrastructures and populations, rising healthcare costs and public safety concerns.
Hitachi Live Insight for IT Operations is a cloud based M2M analytics solution which helps customers to achieve optimal performance and availability from their IT infrastructure and gain operational intelligence at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO).
Hitachi Clinical Repository (HCR) for connected health empower healthcare professionals with data analytics, tools and delivery method with connected health with secure mobile access.

Hitachi data systemHitachi Live Insight Center of Excellence helps organizations to test, customize and deploy advanced data analytics solutions, applications, platforms, and integrated solutions to support new business initiatives.
Hitachi will also deliver software-defined infrastructures that enable customers to simplify IT and free data from traditional hardware and location constraints.
With the new innovations customers can achieve greater level of information access through visualized, hyper converged and scale out platforms.
Hitachi Data Systems’ new platform will help to unlock the value of a software defined infrastructure by expanding its Hitachi Storage Virtualization Operating System (SVOS) to an expanded Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) family.
The company will also expand the Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) family to cover core to edge or small to large converged and hyper-converged infrastructure models.
Officials said Hitachi has introduced Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform (HSP) for fast-growing data analytics workloads.
Hitachi Data Systems address customer workload requirements by the G200, G400, G600 and the upcoming G800.
The customers can drive operational efficiencies through rapid deployment and provisioning of infrastructure for managing an agile data center with Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) portfolio.
The new Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform (HSP) provides cost-effective compute performance and on-demand capacity.
Hitachi will also help users to build the ITaaS infrastructure according to the requirement, while delivering greater self-service capabilities to internal users.