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By: Dell EMC Storage     Published Date: Aug 15, 2019
Businesses of all sizes struggle with aging gear and lack of storage. In fact, in a 2018 Enterprise Storage Forum survey, IT and business leaders cited these concerns as their two biggest storage infrastructure challenges. But in mid- to enterprise-sized businesses, where every dollar counts, fixing these problems can feel like a tall order. If you’re going to upgrade your storage, you need to make sure you’re getting an efficient array that will help you maximize the value of your storage and your data. We tested two storage arrays to see which could best help organizations meet these goals: the Dell EMC™ Unity™ XT 880F, and an all-flash offering in the entry-level market from a competitor (“Vendor A”). In our hands-on testing, the Dell EMC Unity XT array processed up to 93 percent more input/output operations per second (IOPS) in an 8KB 100% random read test and reduced 129 percent more data. It also carried out common management tasks faster, cutting the number of deployment steps i
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     Dell EMC Storage
By: IBM APAC     Published Date: Nov 22, 2017
A user initiates the call and selects the source language, such as Spanish. (In this example, assume that the target language is set to English.) As the user is talking to the support representative, the audio is converted to text using the Speech to Text service. Then using Language Translator, the text is translated to English. English language text is then sent to the Text to Speech service as input. The output audio message is what the support representative hears. All of this happens in near real time. The text from Speech to Text and the Language Translator service also can be stored in a database for analytics. The same process is repeated in reverse for the audio message sent by support personnel.
Tags : source, language, english, spanish, speech to text, database, analytics, audio message, support
     IBM APAC
By: Dell Storage     Published Date: Jan 16, 2009
Most storage devices support multiple SAN connections for performance and reliability, but in many configurations servers use only a single storage connection. This creates a single point of failure and potential performance bottleneck for I/O. Multipath Input/Output (MPIO) is server software that extends redundancy to the entire I/O pathway in a SAN, delivering fault tolerance, high availability, and better performance.
Tags : dell, san connections, storage area networks, configuration servers, mpio, multipath input/output, storage
     Dell Storage
By: SAP     Published Date: Jun 30, 2011
IDC discusses the delicate balance of maintaining a healthy cash flow, while making the most of the capital you put to work. Best practices are shared.
Tags : sap, cash flow, business performance, best practices, spending dynamics, input, output, financial performance, advanced business tools, line of credit, erp, crm, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, business intelligence
     SAP
By: SWsoft     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This joint Intel white paper explores how to address virtualization in an environment with high I/O. The paper includes a technology overview, network concerns and explains how Virtuozzo and Intel are well suited for the high I/O environment.
Tags : virtualization, network management, i/o, input/output, high i/o, intel, servers, server virtualization, storage virtualization, swsoft, networking
     SWsoft
By: Cisco     Published Date: Apr 04, 2016
Miercom was engaged to perfirm independent, hands-on, comparative testing of competitive IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2-based WiFi Access Points (APs) from Cisco Systems, Aruba Networks and Ruckus Wireless. This report summarizes the results of the Wave 2 AP comparative testing in these areas: - Client density: Downlink throughput as the number of client per AP scales from 10 to 100. - Single vs Multi-User MIMO: Downlink throughput for MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multiple-Input Multiple-Output), a hallmark of 802.11ac Wave 2, vs Single-User (SU-MIMO) environments. - 1 Gbps+ Link Aggregation: Tests found that Wave 2 APs can support more than 1Gbps of aggregate downlink throughput, tested over two 1-Gbps LAG (link aggregation) connections.
Tags : cisco systems, meiercom, client density, mimo, link aggregation, networking, it management, data management
     Cisco
By: TE Connectivity     Published Date: Feb 07, 2018
Our free solutions guide features all of our dependable connectivity solutions for data & power. You’ll get 1. Data Communications Product Guide 2. Standard Flexible Printed Circuit (FPC) Connectors Quick Reference Guide 3. Memory Sockets Quick Reference Guide 4. Stacking Height Guide for Parallel Board-to-Board Applications 5. RF Connectors Quick Reference Guide 6. High Speed Input/Output Solutions Quick Reference Guide 7. AMPLIMITE Subminiature D Connectors Catalog 8. Soft Shell Pin & Socket Connectors Catalog
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