Alliance Partners

Alliance Partners


Implement the EMC VSPEX End User Computing solution with help from the following EMC partners:




Together, EMC and Brocade are focused on an open, agile, and flexible approach to your cloud infrastructure. You can build your VSPEX on networking that’s optimized with Brocade ICX and VDX switches as well as EMC Connectrix DS-6505B and DS-6510B models from Brocade.



EMC and Cisco help customers to implement flexible, standards-based cloud solutions that meet increasing demands for virtual data centers while lowering the total cost of ownership through extensive testing and validation. Build your VSPEX with Cisco Nexus and UCS technology.



EMC and Citrix share a common vision that focuses on product quality and innovation to help customers reduce costs, simplify IT management, and maximize security and business flexibility through joint solutions for virtualization desktops. Build your virtualized desktop environment on VSPEX using Citrix XenDesktop.



Together, EMC and Intel deliver solutions that showcase our extensive architectural collaboration and share a common vision for open, standards-based IT transformation.



Lenovo’s Flex System, combined with VSPEX validated architectures for private cloud and VDI, are fully integrated, configured and tested infrastructure offerings that are simple to deploy, easy to manage and flexible to grow with your business. These enterprise-ready solutions allow mid-sized and large businesses to focus their energies on strategic growth initiatives rather than resource intensive deployment, management and configuration tasks.



EMC and Microsoft are collaborating to develop technology integration, best practices, proven reference architectures, and configurations including VSPEX and Fast Track to help our joint customers transform IT and accelerate to the cloud.



EMC and VMware provide marketing-leading solutions to help customers in transforming their organizations and reaching their clouds. Build private cloud and end-user computing environments using VMware vSphere and VMware View.