DELL EMC Brings Power of Flash to Industry with new range of products

Posted by News Room On Monday, October 17, 2016 0 comments
DELL EMC unveiled new range of Data Domain protection storage appliances also expanding Unity capabilities for the modern data center as a part of its All Flash Week. DELL EMC also announced that the XtremIO All-Flash Array (AFA) has surpassed another set of customer and revenue milestones, with EMC (now part of DELL EMC) further solidifying its position as the all-flash market leader, amassing a 40% revenue share according to IDC[i], nearly 2.5x its nearest competitor.
Since its November 2013 debut, XtremIO sales have continued to outpace every competitor, accumulating more than 3,000 customers and US$3 billion in total sales in less than three years, further validating its market share leadership and place as quite possibly the fastest-growing enterprise storage product ever. Customers including CNA, Vestas and The Boston Red Sox are choosing XtremIO as a key component in their modern data center strategies because of its capabilities to deliver consistent and predictable performance with sub-millisecond latencies. XtremIO arrays are purpose-built for accelerating and consolidating mixed block storage workloads such as databases, analytics, server virtual machines and virtual desktop infrastructures.
The All-Flash week also saw the announcement of the launch of new products designed to help bring enterprise-class all-flash storage to a broader set of customers. Building on the proven performance and reliability of the VMAX family, the new DELL EMC VMAX 250F delivers an enterprise-class all-flash array with game-changing economics. DELL EMC is delivering improved storage economics across its entire VMAX All Flash array portfolio with its latest HYPERMAX operating system update, which now includes inline compression to increase storage efficiency. DELL EMC also introduced the new DELL EMC VPLEX for All-Flash, offering a flat license fee to move as much data, from as many appliances as required, to all-flash arrays and then to mirror that data in all-flash environments to help ensure the highest levels of data availability.
Syed Masroor, Director – Flash storage, DELL EMC, said, ‘’2016 is the Year of All-Flash for primary storage and today’s enterprise customer wants to enable their business with modern data centers that deliver agility, efficiency and speed. DELL EMC has been continuously aiming to enable these organizations to meet the demands of today’s mission-critical workloads with the high performance and massive capacity.With rich data services, incredible reliability, and universal support, the new range of products and updates re-defines the modern data center’’


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