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Dell adds Compellent all-flash array, primary dedupe

Dell today rolled out two storage products that people have been waiting for – an all-flash array and primary deduplication – at the Dell Enterprise Forum conference.

  • Premiered: 06/11/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA Dell TBA Compellent TBA SAN TBA Auto-Tiering TBA Primary Storage Deduplication TBA Deduplication TBA scale-out TBA NAS TBA EqualLogic TBA Unified Storage TBA SLC TBA MLC TBA Hybrid Array TBA hybrid flash TBA Data Progression TBA Ocarina Networks
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Redefining the Economics of Enterprise Storage

Enterprise storage has long delivered superb levels of performance, availability, scalability, and data management.  But enterprise storage has always come at exceptional price, and this has made enterprise storage unobtainable for many use cases and customers.

Most recently Dell introduced a new, small footprint storage array – the Dell Storage SC Series powered by Compellent technology – that continues to leverage proven Dell Compellent technology using Intel technology in an all-new form factor. The SC4020 also introduces the most dense Compellent product ever, an all-in-one storage array that includes 24 drive bays and dual controllers in only 2 rack units of space.  While the Intel powered SC4020 has more modest scalability than current Compellent products, this array marks a radical shift in the pricing of Dell’s enterprise technology, and is aiming to open up Dell Compellent storage technology for an entire market of smaller customers as well as large customer use cases where enterprise storage was too expensive before.

Publish date: 05/05/14
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Redefining the Economics of Enterprise Storage (2015 Update)

Enterprise storage has long delivered superb levels of performance, availability, scalability, and data management.  But enterprise storage has always come at exceptional price, and this has made enterprise storage unobtainable for many use cases and customers. Most recently Dell introduced a new, small footprint storage array – the Dell Storage SC Series powered by Compellent technology – that continues to leverage proven Dell Compellent technology using Intel technology in an all-new form factor. The SC4020 also introduces the most dense Compellent product ever, an all-in-one storage array that includes 24 drive bays and dual controllers in only 2 rack units of space.  While the Intel powered SC4020 has more modest scalability than current Compellent products, this array marks a radical shift in the pricing of Dell’s enterprise technology, and is aiming to open up Dell Compellent storage technology for an entire market of smaller customers as well as large customer use cases where enterprise storage was too expensive before.

Publish date: 06/30/15
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VMware vSAN 6.6 adds encryption, analytics, 'nothing shocking'

As hyper-convergence matures, VMware bulks up vSAN 6.6 release with native encryption, analytics and improved availability, performance and management.

  • Premiered: 04/10/17
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Converged Infrastructure
Topic(s): TBA VMWare TBA VMware VSAN TBA VSAN TBA hyperconverged TBA hyperconvergence TBA analytics TBA Encryption TBA VMware vSphere TBA vSphere TBA Arun Taneja TBA cluster TBA Intel TBA VDI TBA Virtual Desktop Infrastructure TBA all-flash TBA SSD TBA UCS TBA Nutanix TBA Deduplication TBA Data Progression TBA Cloud TBA SAN TBA Big Data TBA Acropolis TBA Hypervisor TBA Virtualization TBA hyperconverged infrastructure TBA HCI TBA Networking TBA VMotion