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Dell’s New PowerScale Unstructured Storage: 10 Key Features

From new Amazon S3 and public cloud integrations to a revamped OneFS operating system, here are the 10 key features inside Dell Technologies’ new PowerScale storage product line, which is replacing Dell EMC Isilon.

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Dell’s New Software, Public Cloud Integration And More

Dell Technologies Tuesday launched its new flagship file and object data storage product line, PowerScale, setting what it calls a “new industry standard” for how organizations capture and leverage unstructured data across public clouds and on-premises in a compact 1U footprint.

“This is the next-level unstructured data storage solution made for the data era that we are now in. We feel like this is the new industry standard,” said Scott Millard, senior vice president, specialty sales, global channel, alliances and OEM at Dell Technologies, in an interview with CRN. “I really think this launch turns on a whole new market opportunity at the edge for all of our partners, and there’s also tremendous potential by having it directly connected to multiple public clouds.”

Fresh off its new midrange storage line, PowerStore, the Round Rock, Texas-based worldwide storage market leader unveiled a slew of new software and hardware with PowerScale, providing the foundation it says companies need to unlock the potential of their data no matter where it resides. PowerScale will replace Dell EMC’s popular Isilon product line.

CRN breaks down the 10 most important software, hardware and technology capabilities PowerScale is bringing to the storage market.

 
 
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