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#59: Dave Demlow, Scale Computing (Intel NUC HCI)

by Brian Beeler
Scale Computing HE150 HCI Cluster

On this week’s podcast Brian talks in person with Dave Demlow. Dave is the VP of Product Strategy for Scale Computing, which is code for getting to do the fun visionary work. Scale has been in the HCI business for about as long as HCI has been a thing. Historically Scale has sold HCI like everyone else, usually in a rack but sometimes in a tower form factor. They even recently announced NVMe nodes for customers that need more performance. But in this podcast, we talk more in detail about the announcement they made at the end of last year around micro HCI at the edge.

On this week’s podcast Brian talks in person with Dave Demlow. Dave is the VP of Product Strategy for Scale Computing, which is code for getting to do the fun visionary work. Scale has been in the HCI business for about as long as HCI has been a thing. Historically Scale has sold HCI like everyone else, usually in a rack but sometimes in a tower form factor. They even recently announced NVMe nodes for customers that need more performance. But in this podcast, we talk more in detail about the announcement they made at the end of last year around micro HCI at the edge.

Scale Computing HE150 HCI ClusterBased on Intel NUCs, the HE150 nodes offer an extremely compact footprint for use cases where being unobtrusive and easy to physically manage are crucial. These nodes use an NVMe drive inside to handle both the OS and storage. And while we think about HCI being 2 or more nodes, for those who are okay with it, HC3 can run on a single HE150 node.

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