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In Testing, Principled Technologies Sees Better Storage Performance from a Dell PowerMax 8500 Array Than an Array from a Competing Company

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Durham, NC, September 13, 2022 –(PR.com)– In addition to a large, raw storage capacity, many organizations need fast performance from data center storage solutions. To gauge storage performance for two all-flash NVMe arrays, Principled Technologies (PT) pitted a Dell PowerMax 8500 storage solution against a similar array from a competitor (which PT refers to as “Vendor E”). The PowerMax solution delivered better storage performance in simulated OLTP and data extraction workloads and increased storage efficiency through data reduction. Storage solutions that can handle more database activity could better keep up with an increase in database demands, and more efficient data reduction technologies could help organizations better manage storage capacity.

PT also measured input/output operations per second (IOPS) and average storage latency of the two solutions during storage snapshot operations. Taking storage snapshots can help…

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