What does $100k of enterprise level Dell hardware look like?
Micron21 has long held a strong partnership with Dell. With a rock-solid relationship formed over many years, we are proud to identify as a premium retailer for Dell enterprise server hardware.
Our cloud environment is built on a steadfast foundation of the latest Dell PowerEdge R630 chassis, and each customer with dedicated servers is provisioned either the Dell R630 or Dell R330 hosts—with units ordered new from the factory for every client.
In short, the Micron21 team is surrounded by premium, enterprise grade Dell hardware at all times.
However, it's not every day that we're granted access to the apex of server infrastructure: the SAN.
Our engineers were extremely eager to get their hands on the new Dell Compellent™, and assist our client as they integrate this cutting-edge hardware into their existing environment.
Introducing elite SAN performance.
The Dell Compellent™ is the latest release from Dell EMC. As a Storage Area Network, it boasts a level of redundant, high performance storage that sets the benchmark for competing tiered storage providers.
Dell Compellent™ comes in the traditional SAN architecture.
The unit consists of a controller chassis with redundant controller, a storage array of 24 drives, and an attached shelf of an additional 24 drives, with its own logical processors and backup controller.
For the uninitiated, each of these features combine to offer elite performance.
Put plainly, this hardware is fast.
A purchase of this magnitude will serve a business well into the future. This unit in particular is equipped with 70 terabytes of installed drives, with capacity to install 10 more drives and the flexibility to upgrade to additional shelves if required.
A Dell Compellent™ SAN isn't necessarily for every business—but anyone with a passing interest in commercial IT or hardware will agree that it's an exciting piece of technology.
And if you don't have an appetite for leading performance and high-calibre server infrastructure?
Simply feast your eyes on the sheer spectacle of $100,000 worth of enterprise grade hardware.