The Dell Compellent FS8600 NAS appliance offers a flexible solution for capacity- and performance-intensive file workloads. Based on the Dell Fluid File System (FluidFS) version 5, its scale-out architecture supports up to 4PB in a single file system and over 20PB in a global namespace, plus linear performance expansion up to 494,000 file opens with SPEC SFS 2008 and 11.9 GB/sec max throughput.
Traditional approaches to handling file data growth have proven to be costly, hard to manage, and difficult to scale effectively and efficiently. Dell™ Fluid File System (FluidFS) is designed to go beyond the limitations of traditional file systems with a flexible architecture that enables organizations to scale out and scale up non-disruptively. Hence, it addresses organizational challenges by allowing them to gain control of their data, reduce complexity, and meet growing data demands over time at the same time reducing overall cost of deploying and managing storage infrastructure
Review the key features, configurations and details of Dell SupportAssist, a software application for collecting data about your computer hardware and software. Learn how to install, use and troubleshoot SupportAssist.
Multi-functional 320 Series (W-AP324, W-AP325, W-IAP324, and W-IAP325) wireless access points (AP) provide optimal Wave 2802.11ac connectivity to enable the highest capacity, performance, and efficiency in extremely high-density environments. With a maximum concurrent data rate of 1,733Mbps in the 5GHz band and 800Mbps in the 2.4GHz band (aggregated date rate of 2.5Gbps), 320 Series APs support multiuser MIMO (MU-MIMO) and four spatial streams (4SS) to provide simultaneous data transmission to multiple devices, maximize data throughput and improve network efficiency.
The Lync architecture is centered around the concept of “sites,” each of which contains Lync Server 2010 components. A typical site consists of computers running Lync software and connected together by one or more high performance, low-latency local area networks.