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  1. Contract Selection

    Access information about your state’s contracts with Dell

  2. Dell Precision Optimizer

    Optimize performance, update software and analyze usage all from one easy to use application

  3. What’s new in Storage Center 6.5?

    What’s new in Storage Center 6.5?

  4. Dell EqualLogic TCO Analysis

    Organizations of all sizes are struggling to meet the conflicting challenges associated with macro-level global financial uncertainty and micro-level information storage growth and complexity.

  5. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3 NIC Optimization and Best Practices with EqualLogic SANs

    Dell EqualLogic PS Series arrays provides consolidated networked storage in a self-managing iSCSI storage area network (SAN) that is affordable and easy to use, regardless of scale.

  6. PowerVault RD1000 USB3 White Paper

    The Dell PowerVault RD1000 is a removable disk storage device which offers the data access speed of storing data on a hard disk, the portability of optical media, and the physical protection of tape media. The removable disk drive lets you quickly protect all your important information and take it with you. Designed as a sensible, affordable alternative to tape and CD/DVD backup, the RD1000 is fast, user-friendly, and reliable.

  7. PowerVault MD Family Brochure

    PowerVault MD Family Brochure

  8. Integrating the Dell EqualLogic FS7500 into an existing SAN

    Integrating the Dell EqualLogic FS7500 into an existing SAN. A Dell Technical White Paper.

  9. Creating a DCB Compliant EqualLogic iSCSI SAN With Mixed Traffic

    As Dell EqualLogic PS Series storage matures, additional features continue to add value to the product. EqualLogic controller firmware version 5.1 (and later) supports a new set of networking standards called Data Center Bridging (DCB). DCB unifies the communications infrastructure for the data center, supporting design of a single, shared networking infrastructure that meets the communications needs for all IT operations.

  10. EqualLogic iSCSI SAN Concepts for the Experienced Fibre Channel Professional

    As data storage has become central to any successful computer-based solution, advanced technologies for connecting computing resources to data have matured over the last four decades. From early storage connection protocols that utilized parallel data transmission such as SCSI and ATA that connected storage devices directly to individual computing resources through today’s modern distributed storage networking solutions, everything has revolved around one key goal: provide access to data in ever faster, more secure and less expensive ways.