The Dell EMC PowerMax 8000 outperformed another vendor’s array on an OLTP-like workload

If you’re in the market for enterprise storage, you’re probably weighing a number of different factors. Your platform must deliver strong application performance, use storage capacity efficiently to keep ownership costs down and have room for growth, and minimize headaches and hassle for your storage admins so they can focus on more important projects and initiatives. Each storage platform has its own unique architecture that affects how well it addresses these needs. The platforms vary widely, so it’s essential to do your homework.

When selecting enterprise-class storage, companies seek a platform that delivers strong application performance while using capacity efficiently. They also look for an underlying architecture that offers flexibility as their needs evolve, and a graphical user interface (GUI) that simplifies routine tasks.

Download this paper from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn more about the advantages the Dell EMC PowerMax 8000 over competing arrays.

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