Solution providers and IT managers know one of the primary obstacles keeping them from achieving their digital transformation goals is the continuous battle between supporting an always-increasing number of workloads–from traditional IT applications to data analytics–and the reality of cost constraints, limitations and complexity of their existing IT infrastructure.
Dell Technologies’ new PowerStore next-generation midrange storage appliance helps you meet the challenge. The solution blends automation, next-generation technology and innovative software architecture to provide customers with an infrastructure that will accelerate their digital transformation. Designed for the data era, Intel-based PowerStore supports traditional and modern workloads from the edge to the core to the cloud.
Other PowerStore notable specs include:
- Dell EMC PowerStore is up to seven times faster and three times more responsive than previous Dell EMC midrange storage arrays
- AppsON capability is the only way VMware virtualized workloads and software applications can run directly on a purpose-built array for faster access to data and quicker response times
- The Dell EMC Future-Proof Program expanded to include Anytime Upgrades, giving customers the freedom to enhance their infrastructure on their terms
- Supported by Dell Technologies On Demand with flexible consumption options to acquire storage capacity as needed with a low annual commitment
- Priced to compete in the midrange all-flash storage market
Those interested in learning more about Dell EMC PowerStore, as well as other Dell solutions, can learn more at the Ingram Micro ONE Experience. Dell EMC will be featured in the Innovation in Action section of the virtual conference and emphasize healthcare (PowerMax Storage), education (Data Protection Services) and hospitality (PowerStore Storage) applications.
Also, John Maxwell, senior director of storage, platforms and solutions for Dell, will lead a breakout session focused on storage technology's role in enabling digital transformation. A 20-year veteran of Dell, Maxwell's expertise includes TCP/IP stack programming and server and database administration for multiple systems. He also has experience selling in the channel, commercial and enterprise sectors, and within verticals such as telco, media and entertainment.
for the Ingram Micro ONE Experience to stream the breakout session live or access recorded sessions on-demand.