Dell Is The Number One Preferred Vendor For Enterprise Flash Storage Deployments According To An Independent Study Of More Than 550 Global IT Leaders From Analyst Group Storage Strategies NOW. (Graphic: Business Wire)
- Storage Strategies NOW Report: Enterprise Use Cases for Solid State Storage/Flash Memory
- Storage Switzerland Report: Mixed All-Flash Array Delivers Safer High Performance
- Dell Blog: IT leaders select Dell as Top Vendor for Enterprise Flash Deployments
- Spec Sheet: Dell Compellent Flash-optimized Solutions
- Dell Storage on Twitter and Facebook
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Dell WorldJoin us at Dell World 2013, Dell’s premier customer event exploring how technology solutions and services are driving business innovation. Learn more at www.dellworld.com and follow #DellWorld on Twitter. 1 Source: Storage Strategies NOW, “Enterprise Use Cases for Solid State Storage/Flash Memory,” August 2013. 2 Based on internal Dell analysis in July 2013 based on Dell Compellent flash-optimized and spinning disk US list pricing 3 Based on internal Dell analysis performed in May 2013, comparing Dell Compellent offerings to EMC VNX Family, HP 3PAR StoreServ, HP EVA, IBM V7000, IBM XIV, Hitachi Data Systems HUS 100 Family, and Oracle Sun ZFS Storage Family. 4 By automatically tiering data across SLC and MLC SSDs, Dell Compellent SC 6.4 Flash-optimized solution can reduce costs up to 80% compared to other Flash-optimized solutions. Competitive US list pricing from Gartner Inc, CP Storage, as of June 2013. Market price calculated assuming a discounting of approximately 50% for all competitive systems and Dell Compellent. 5 Internal Dell analysis in July 2013 based on Dell Compellent flash-optimized and spinning disk US list pricing, technical specifications of flash-optimized vs. spinning disk arrays and an internal test performed by Dell in March 2013 with Storage Center v6.3.10 on dual SC8000 controllers running OLTP type workloads using IOmeter with a 100% random, 70/30 read/write mix and 8K sector transfer size achieved this IOPS performance. Assumption is SC 6.4 will have similar results. Actual performance/latency will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability. Dell, Dell Compellent and Storage Center are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others.
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