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Dell Technologies Turns Up the Power on Dell EMC PowerStore with Greater Performance and Automation

Dell Technologies is upgrading the performance of Dell EMC PowerStore enterprise storage systems with new software and automation capabilities. The company is also introducing the PowerStore 500, a lower-cost model suitable for a broader range of businesses and use cases with enterprise performance and features.

“PowerStore is the fastest-growing new architecture in Dell history. New and existing storage customers are seeing first-hand how its unique design, extreme performance and standout automation capabilities help them innovate and maintain a competitive advantage,” said Jeff Boudreau, president and general manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies. “With today’s announcements, we’ve made PowerStore faster and smarter while making it easier for a broader range of businesses to get started with the platform.”

“As we move ahead in the new data era, we are observing that the combination of massive data generation and unparalleled technology innovation has given businesses across segments an opportunity to become digital powerhouses. But despite this potential, organizations are struggling to manage the complexities of digital transformation, since data has become more diverse and is now being created, processed and stored everywhere, from the edge to the cloud”, said Amit Luthra, Director & General Manager, Storage Platforms & Solutions, Dell Technologies India. “We at Dell Technologies understand these evolving challenges of our customers, and to meet these new requirements, we are upgrading the performance of Dell EMC PowerStore enterprise storage systems. With its unique design, smart performance and standout automation capabilities, PowerStore solution will enable customers to innovate and gain a competitive advantage. Along with this, we are happy to announce the launch of PowerStore 500, a lower-cost model, suitable for a broader range of businesses and use cases, with robust performance and features”.

Dell Technologies, the industry’s leading enterprise storage provider1, has globally shipped more than 400 petabytes of PowerStore storage—roughly the same as storing 136 billion songs as MP3 files—in more than 60 countries in industries such as education,

gaming, transportation, healthcare, retail and financial services. New PowerStore users include Columbia Southern University, Habib Bank, RealPage, saberVox, Tech Data, The University of Pisa, Tilly’s and Ultraleap.

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