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Principled Technologies Publishes Results from Hands-on Testing of the Dell EMC Unity 550F All-Flash Array and the Array of a Competitor

Durham, NC, March 15, 2019 –(PR.com)– In the midmarket space, IT teams often find themselves treading water just to stay afloat. In a new study released by Principled Technologies, engineers compared the storage performance, data reduction capabilities, and platform resiliency of a Dell EMC Unity 550F All-Flash array and the array of a competitor (“Vendor A”). This third-party evaluation can be useful for SMBs or departments that are operating storage stretched to its limits and looking for an option that will help them maximize storage capabilities.

According to the report, “The Dell EMC Unity array processed 40 percent more
input/output operations per second (IOPS), reduced 29 percent more data, and recovered from a simulated controller failure 36 percent faster than its competitor. It also carried out common management tasks faster, cutting deployment steps in half and completing bulk storage provisioning in 94 percent less time than the Vendor A array.”

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Principled Technologies Publishes Results from Hands-on Testing of the Dell EMC PowerMax 8000 All-Flash NVMe Array and the Array of a Competitor

Durham, NC, March 15, 2019 –(PR.com)– Companies in the market for enterprise-class storage seek a platform that provides strong application performance, makes efficient use of storage capacity, employs an underlying architecture that will serve them well as their needs change over time, and makes routine tasks quick and easy to execute. A new study from Principled Technologies used hands-on testing to explore these capabilities for two all-flash NVMe storage arrays, the Dell EMC PowerMax 8000 and the array of a competitor (“Vendor A”).

According to the report, “The Dell EMC PowerMax array delivered 25 percent more IOPS on an OLTP-like workload. In a simulated migration of a compressible data set, the Dell EMC PowerMax exceeded the expected compression ratio while the Vendor A array failed to meet it. In contrast to the federated architecture of Vendor A, the Dell EMC PowerMax architecture lets both controllers access every disk, which could increase flexibility and reduce upfront planning and ongoing maintenance. Finally, the Unisphere for PowerMax management tool let us execute a routine task in half the time we needed on the Vendor A array.”

To learn more about what PT discovered about the advantages of selecting the Dell EMC PowerMax 8000, review the comparison report http://facts.pt/o7hjnan, infographic http://facts.pt/oploj71, and video http://facts.pt/bcajwo7.

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Principled Technologies, Inc.
Jasmine White
919-941-9812
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http://www.principledtechnologies.com/

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