Dell EMC’s New Solutions Deliver Extreme Performance and Efficiency and Provides Visibility, Control and Mobility of Unstructured Data
The explosion of unstructured data is demanding new approaches and capabilities for organizations to unlock their data capital and enable digital transformation. To tackle these challenges, Dell EMC today announced a new addition to its flagship Isilon All-Flash storage system, along with the release of new Dell EMC ClarityNow software to give organizations visibility, control and mobility of unstructured data both on-premises and in the cloud.
“As we move towards a data driven ecosystem, modernizing the IT infrastructure is an essential first step for driving digital business initiatives and managing all of the accumulated data more effectively. The Dell EMC Isilon F810 scale-out NAS storage addresses these challenges by delivering extreme performance and efficiency to support demanding unstructured data workloads. Additionally, Dell EMC ClarityNow offers organizations a holistic data view across file and cloud storage, and allows end users to locate, use and extract value from their file-based data wherever it resides,” said Nikhil Madan, General Manager & Area Director (India & APJ Global Accounts) – Data Lake & Object Storage, Dell EMC.
The Isilon F810 delivers up to 250,000 IOPS and 15 GB/s bandwidth per 4U chassis with predictable, linear scalability up to 9M IOPS and 540 GB/s of aggregate throughput in a single 144 node cluster to meet demanding performance requirements. With an inline data compression ratio of up to 3:1, the Isilon F810 enables organizations to reduce raw all-flash storage requirements and provides up to 33% more effective storage capacity per raw TB than major competitive all-flash offerings.
ClarityNow is a highly complementary solution to Dell EMC Isilon and ECS, enabling a unified global file system view across heterogeneous distributed storage and the cloud. The software allows IT to gain better insights into enterprise file data usage and storage capacity, while also empowering end users and content owners with self-service capabilities to find, use and move files anywhere within the unified global file system.