Durham, NC, May 06, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Principled Technologies (PT) tested two new all-flash, NVMe-based storage arrays from Dell EMC, the PowerStore 9000T and the hypervisor-enabled PowerStore 9000X, against the NVMe-based array of a competitor (“Vendor A”). In performance testing, the PowerStore arrays delivered up to 3 times the data reduction, up to 125 percent more bandwidth, up to 53 percent more IOPS, and up to 52 percent lower latency compared to the competitor array. The PowerStore 9000X also provided storage to external hosts while internally servicing a database workload, a capability that the Vendor A array does not have.
When PT engineers grouped two PowerStore 9000T and two Vendor A arrays into clusters, they provisioned storage for virtualized environments on the PowerStore 9000T cluster up to 5.3 times faster than on the Vendor A array cluster. In addition, the PowerStore 9000X enabled PT engineers to deploy a VM out of the box up to 10.6 times faster than on the Vendor A array.
According to the report, “With Dell EMC PowerStore storage arrays, organizations can maximize storage capacity, increase storage performance, and cut management overhead time.”
To learn more about how Dell EMC PowerStore arrays could offer organizations greater storage performance and usability, read the report at http://facts.pt/sgqbpyp
. For one-page overviews, see the infographics on the PowerStore 9000T at http://facts.pt/tlapf6p
and the hypervisor-enabled PowerStore 9000X at http://facts.pt/uykpl43
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