Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe

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We use Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe storage for workloads that have very high performance requirements, it is end to end NVMe so the performance …

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What is Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe?

Dell EMC PowerMax NVME is presented as a end-to-end NVMe, storage class memory (SCM) for persistent storage, real-time machine learning and up to 350GB per second to power critical workloads.

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What is Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe?

Dell EMC PowerMax NVME is presented as a end-to-end NVMe, storage class memory (SCM) for persistent storage, real-time machine learning and up to 350GB per second to power critical workloads.

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What is Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe?

Dell EMC PowerMax NVME is presented as a end-to-end NVMe, storage class memory (SCM) for persistent storage, real-time machine learning and up to 350GB per second to power critical workloads.

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The most common users of Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe are from Enterprises and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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We use Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe storage for workloads that have very high performance requirements, it is end to end NVMe so the performance is absolute unbeatable and it has a small footprint so doesn't take up much space in the rack. We use for workloads such as big data and SQL where the best performance is paramount.
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The Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe is suited to very high performance workloads, often it would be used for a single workload where performance is key and 100% of the data is hot. It is not so well suited to mixed workloads such as virtualization, although it would perform brilliantly well it would be overkill and there are better solutions such as Powerstore for this purpose.