Dell releases new infrastructure storage platform

Dell | May 06, 2020

Dell releases new infrastructure storage platform
Dell Technologies has this week launched Dell EMC PowerStore, a new storage platform built with the tenets of speed and 99.9999% availability at its core. According to Dell’s president and general manager of storage, Dan Irbar, customers often told the company that a growing number of workloads were stopping them from achieving their digital transformation initiatives. “From traditional IT applications to data analytics –and the reality of cost constraints, limitations and complexity of their existing IT infrastructure.” As a result, the company developed a platform that integrates automation, next-generation technology and software architecture to help organisations overcome workload barriers.

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The lines between our physical and digital worlds are blurring. Our daily experiences are and will continue to be impacted by the prevalence of Internet-connected devices and anytime, anywhere access to information. And there is no sign of things slowing down. Each year will see exponential growth in devices connected to the Internet. In fact, Gartner predicts there will be 25 billion connected “things” by 2020.

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The lines between our physical and digital worlds are blurring. Our daily experiences are and will continue to be impacted by the prevalence of Internet-connected devices and anytime, anywhere access to information. And there is no sign of things slowing down. Each year will see exponential growth in devices connected to the Internet. In fact, Gartner predicts there will be 25 billion connected “things” by 2020.

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