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Five Advances in Storage Technology and What They Mean for Windows
by Dell, Inc. and IntelĀ®

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Published on: January 25, 2011
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Unknown
Length: 15 pages
Price: FREE

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Advances in storage technology directly affect Windows environments in terms of reduced costs, improved performance, greater manageability, and in other ways. In fact, if your organization has a Windows environment, you can make rapid gains when you take advantage of the following advances in storage technology:



  • Cluster shared volumes

  • iSCSI connectivity

  • Solid state drives

  • Intelligent tiering

  • Self-optimizing storage


These advances converge in high-quality SAN arrays that provide affordable enterprise-class storage solutions. Access this paper for a detailed look at these advances and what they mean for SMBs using Windows.


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