Ninety percent of the world’s data has been generated in just the last two years, according to Forbes. As the IoT market grows, that staggering amount of data will continue to explode. This conundrum has solution providers wondering how to process, manage and store all that hot and cold data in an efficient and cost-effective way for their customers.
“The reality is, only one percent of data that is collected is actually used,” explains Jason Kimrey, general manager of US channel scale and partners at Intel Corporation. “That creates an unprecedented opportunity for solution providers to help create solutions for their customers to make better decisions and help their customers get to market faster.”
Intel Optane helps partners take advantage of these opportunities by streamlining data center configuration. This allows you to reduce bottlenecks by storing and accessing your customers’ data faster without the latency of traditional solid-state drives. Kimrey says, “The benefit of Optane is you really have to look at the memory market and storage market, and it’s really part of an evolution that you need to get memory and data closer to the compute platform. And today, or historically, that hasn’t been possible.”
Intel Optane is a once-in-a-generation transformation. It’s designed to cut downtime during installation and rebooting, can insert directly into most motherboards and won’t lose memory if the module loses power. “Intel Optane storage technology is innovative and it’s the industry-leading storage solution for the data center,” says Todd Garrigues, director of partner sales programs at Intel Corporation. “It’s a tremendous opportunity for [partners] to differentiate and make additional margins with their solutions.”
If you’re looking for an affordable solution that helps you gain useful insights into your customers’ data, consider Intel Optane. It’ll give you the tools to make more money and help your customers make better business decisions.