Dell Technologies announced the updated version of Dell EMC PowerMax storage solutions – powered by dual port Intel Optane SSDs — targeting enterprise CIOs.
Dell EMC has 43.9 percent share in the worldwide high-end storage market according to research firm IDC.
Dell EMC said the PowerMax storage solution is first-to-market with dual port Intel Optane SSDs and the use of Storage Class Memory (SCM) as persistent storage.
Dell Technologies is also announcing that NVMe-oF is available for all PowerMax arrays, enabling end-to-end NVMe to deliver the performance and lower latency.
PowerMax 32Gb FC I/O modules, 32Gb Connectrix switches, directors and 32Gb NVMe host adapters with Dell EMC PowerPath multipathing software are powering the end-to-end NVMe on PowerMax.
The combination of PowerMax’s end-to-end NVMe architecture and this industry-first use of SCM provides customers with a faster, more efficient storage system that delivers following performance improvements:
Up to 15M IOPS
Up to 350GB/sec Bandwidth
Up to 50 percent Better Response Times
Sub-100us (microseconds) Read Response Times
PowerMax analyzes and forecasts 40 million data sets in real-time, driving 6 billion decisions per day, resulting in significant time savings and maximum performance at minimum cost.
Dell EMC PowerMax allows customers to automate infrastructure operations and DevOps workflows. Customers can serve PowerMax storage for configuration management and application deployment, including containerized workloads.
Dell EMC Cloud Storage Services delivers Dell EMC Storage as a public cloud service for Disaster Recovery across AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure, plus many multi-cloud use cases including analytics and test/dev.