Dell EMC PowerStore promises customers to save on IT budget

Dell Technologies announced Dell EMC PowerStore promising customers to save on IT budget and capacity.
Dell EMC PowerStore“Dell EMC PowerStore blends automation, next generation technology, and a novel software architecture to deliver infrastructure,” Dan Inbar, president and general manager, storage, Dell Technologies, said.

PowerStore simplifies IT infrastructure by supporting a wide range of traditional and modern workloads with its scale-up, scale-out architecture for block, file and VMware vVols.

PowerStore is seven times faster and three times more responsive than previous Dell EMC midrange storage arrays.

Customers can save on IT budget and capacity with always-on deduplication, compression and a guaranteed 4:1 data reduction.

Machine learning and intelligent automation allows for faster delivery of applications and services with up to 99 percent less staff time to balance volumes.

Dell EMC CloudIQ storage monitoring and analytics software combines machine learning and human intelligence for real-time performance and capacity analysis and historical tracking for a single view of Dell EMC infrastructure.

Organizations can choose between two flexible pay-per-use consumption models with short-and-long term commitment options, including a new one year term for flexible consumption. Global support, deployment and managed services can be included to help simplify IT infrastructure management.

Customers can expand or enhance their PowerStore performance and capacity after 180 days. The combination of Anytime Upgrades and Dell EMC PowerStore’s adaptable architecture effectively ends disruptive platform migrations.

Dell EMC Cloud Storage Services can directly connect PowerStore to all major public clouds including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure and Google Cloud as a managed service. Cloud Storage Services provide Data Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) to VMware Cloud on AWS.

PowerStore can be deployed as a storage option within Dell EMC PowerOne autonomous infrastructure.