Dell Announced A New Storage Solution

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The PowerStore storage system was developed with the participation of the Israeli Development Center. It is based on non-volatile memory components and a machine-based machine learning system that allows you to shorten memory access times and the amount of data the organization needs to store.

Dell’s Israel Development Center (Dell) participated in the company’s new PowerStore storage platform development project. The platform is designed to provide six-ninth availability (99.9999%), enabling a wide variety of workloads to be supported thanks to scale-up and scale-out architecture for VMware block environments, files and vVols. CEO and President of Dell’s Global Storage Division, Dan Inbar, said organizations are currently facing difficulty in transitioning to a full digital transformation.

Inbar: “The main obstacle is the constant struggle between the need to support the burgeoning workloads and the budget constraints and complexity of the IT infrastructure. The PowerStore system combines automation with a new software architecture that meets these needs.” Del Technologies Israel is spread across four sites (Beer Sheva, Herzliya, Galilee Sea, Haifa) and is engaged in development, sales and service activities.

The development center in Israel led the project, and also deployed distributed teams on the company’s sites worldwide. The company said the storage system uses machine learning technologies that allow for up to 99% reduction in application management interactions, and a 7x faster response rate to other company’s storage systems.

The platform is based on end-to-end non-volatile memory chips (NVMe), support for Intel’s Class SSD Optane drives, and includes deduplication (Dedup) technologies, compression and data reduction of 1: 4 without any performance impairment.

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The PowerStore storage system was developed with the participation of the Israeli Development Center. It is based on non-volatile memory components and a machine-based machine learning system that allows you to shorten memory access times and the amount of data the organization needs to store.

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