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Dell EMC wants to compete with other storage vendors in the business intelligence segment

Dell EMC wants to compete with other storage vendors in the business intelligence segment
The Siliconreview
18 June, 2020

Leftover data of today can serve as breakthrough data for tomorrow. We must accurately catalog the data so that we can keep it for longer and re-use it. Infrastructure vendors have moved their focus to hyper storage data, and now the enterprise consumers are forced to leverage and organize the massive amount of unstructured data. The latest Dell offering helps enterprises manage their files and object data that is either present in the cloud or on the premises. The company has forecasted that by 2024, all the data volumes will triple.  The EMC servers by Dell will now run an upgraded version of the operating system. The OneFS OS has been upgraded, and now it has capabilities like the Amazon Web Services.

The scalability of the offering has drastically increased with the combination of upgraded file systems and PowerEdge servers. Dell has stated that along with the scaling ability and object data storage, any data can be handled at any location. PowerScale family by Dell was built around the NVMe nodes and PowerEdge-based storage. The new framework from Dell can decommission old nodes and also handle the new upgrade. Dell wants to make this new PowerScale offering as the next big thing in the enterprise storage applications.