Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of the Dell EMC Global Portfolio Team, Sam is focused on developing and evangelizing the unique benefits of Dell EMC Products, Technologies and Solutions.
Dell EMC was a sponsor of dockercon, why? What is the Dell EMC Code Community? What is REX-ray and how does it impact open source deployments? Is open source relevant to Dell EMC? How much is all this going to cost me? Get all the answers this week on Dell EMC The Source Podcast.
Dell EMC World 2017 included over a dozen major product announcements, and as always, Dell EMC The Source podcast is here to get the details. This week we take a closer look at “Dell EMC XtremIO X2 All-Flash Array
Sure, XtremIO X2 is an “All-Flash Storage Array” but like the original, Flash is just the storage media. XtremIO and now X2 are all about software. Software that provided consistent performance and efficiency to address your VDI and large scale workload needs. XtremIO X2 delivers 3x the capacity, 25% more efficiency all at 1/3rd the price per GB.
Dell EMC The Source Podcast #88: Video Surveillance Dell EMC & Pelco Better Together
Video management and Video Surveillance systems are complex by nature, and that complexity can be overwhelming. The Dell EMC extensive partner community allows for simple and efficient Plug and Play Solutions. One of those solutions was recently showcased by Pelco, a global leader in surveillance and security products and technologies.
Back in April at ISC West 2017, Pelco announced a collaboration with Dell EMC to share technology, information and best practices to better serve customers globally. As a first initiative, Pelco is developing a new VideoXpert™ Professional Video Management System (VMS) line built with Dell EMC’s industry-leading OEM solutions.
At Dell EMC World, I took the opportunity to sit down with friend of the show Ken Mills (@OtherKen) and Pelco Vice President John Roman (@PelcoVideo) to get all of the details of the press release and partnership.
The Source Podcast: Episode #88: Video Surveillance Dell EMC & Pelco Better Together
Media impacts everything, from end user devices to enterprise storage platforms and everything in-between. Moore’s Law continues to drive the media evolution along with von Neumann’s Law or Memory Design, basically stating that the fastest memory will always be as close to the CPU as possible while memory size will increase, along with latency, but cost will be reduced. That theory is as true today as it was in the 1940s.
At Dell EMC World, I sat down with Danny Cobb (@Dcobbweb), Dell EMC Fellow and VP of Emerging Media, and we talked NVHMCI, NVMe, M.2, 14G, new form factors and the ultimate question, what’s next? But I feel like every time I talk to Danny, it’s the same conclusion. From the original NVMHCI (Non-Volatile Memory Host Controller Interface Specification) created by Dell, Microsoft and Intel in 2008, NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Extension), NVMe represents the next step in that evolution. But like traditional Flash, it’s not NVMe that unlocks customer value, it’s the software and architecture.
Software Enables Media, from the Client to the Cloud.
The Source Podcast: Episode #87: Emerging Media Platforms with Dell EMC Fellow Danny Cobb
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