Deliver critical patient data when and where it is needed most without ever skipping a beat
Dell EMC PowerMax, the world’s fastest storage array1, brings performance without compromise to your healthcare organization by providing a powerful architecture, simple operation, and trusted innovation for electronic health record workloads.
Drive Performance with Dell EMC PowerMax
Deploying and maintaining an EHR environment can be demanding on your IT infrastructure. Dell EMC PowerMax seamlessly addresses the workflow, management, and security needs associated with EHR.
PowerMax offers a powerful architecture with NVMe done right. With incredible performance and the ability to scale up and out, you can ensure that patient information will be at your provider’s fingertips at the point of care.
PowerMax, with its built-in machine learning, can help you maximize performance across all aspects of your EHR environment. PowerMax can intelligently prioritize and place data according to SLAs, giving your most demanding workloads the performance they require.
PowerMax keeps patient data secure and protected. With Data at Rest Encryption, remote replication, and the ability to back up with ProtectPoint, your data is safe and available.
Dell EMC PowerMax offers the architecture, simple operation, and trusted innovation it takes to successfully deploy and maintain a demanding EHR environment. With PowerMax, you can count on your patient data being available, protected, and secure. With PowerMax, your digital infrastructure will never skip a beat.
This solution brief describes PowerMax for Epic environments
This document highlights they key reasons why PowerMax is the array of choice for Epic deployments
This document describes how Dell EMC PowerMax service levels can be used to ensure the best performance for Epic workloads while allowing the consolidation of non-Epic workloads on a single PowerMax array
This infographic showcases key features and functionalities of Dell EMC PowerMax that make it the array of choice for EHR environments