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Built with end-to-end NVMe, real-time machine learning and up to 10 million IOPS2, the Dell EMC PowerMax storage array features high-speed smarts to power all of your most critical workloads.
PowerMax changes the game for data storage. Powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, it delivers performance without complexity because of the unique combination of powerful architecture, simple operation, and trusted innovation.
A multi-controller, active/active scale-out architecture and industry standard, end-to-end NVMe, means PowerMax delivers NVMe done right. And the inline, global dedupe and compression add extreme efficiency to your data center, even as it scales.
Consolidate everything on PowerMax - Your block, file, mainframe, and IBM i workloads plus, your modern, real-time analytics apps. And proactively analyze and troubleshoot from anywhere with CloudIQ.
The real-time machine learning engine in PowerMax automatically optimizes performance with no overhead. Plus, you are ensured the highest levels of security and resiliency no matter what with the gold standard in replication, over 6 9’s availability, and data at rest encryption.
1 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of published bandwidth of the PowerMax 8000 versus competitive mainstream arrays, March 2018.
2 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of Max IO/s Per Second (Within a single array) for the PowerMax 8000, March 2018
3 Based on Dell internal testing using the Random Read Miss benchmark test in March 2018, comparing the PowerMax with SCM drives against the VMAX 950F with SAS Flash Drives. Actual response times will vary.
4 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of PowerMax 2000/8000 with 200TB of capacity, March 2018.
5 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of a single PowerMax 2000 or 8000 array, March 2018.
6 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis comparing maximum capacity per floor tile of the PowerMax 8000 against the VMAX 950F, March 2018.
7 Based on Dell EMC internal analysis, March 2018, comparing the PowerMax 8000 against the VMAX 950F. Actual power savings will vary.