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Dell PowerVault

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Dell PowerVault

PowerVault is a line of data storage and backup products from Dell.

After Dell acquired EqualLogic for its iSCSI products in 2008, and Compellent Technologies in 2011,the PowerVault line was positioned as less expensive than the other product lines.[1]


  1. ^ Chris Mellor (July 25, 2013). "Dell: New storage dish? Nah - we'll just mash up EqualLogic and Compellent: We have all the ingredients... trust us, it'll taste great". The Register. Retrieved September 30, 2013. 

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