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Friday, March 11, 2016

EMC Makes A Quantum Leap In Enterprise Storage

Mar 2, 2016 - :

EMC takes a quantum leap forward with new lightning fast storage technology that will enable businesses and governments to seize new opportunities that were previously unattainable. Through this, EMC announces major additions to its leading all-flash storage solutions to address mixed, consolidate and the world’s most performance-intensive enterprise workloads. EMC introduces DSSD D5 - a new "Rack-Scale Flash" - offering an order of magnitude improvements in performance, latency, and bandwidth. EMC also launches the VMAX All Flash completely re-engineering VMAX to capitalize on the transformational value of flash in the modern data center.



1.) EMC Declares 2016 The “Year of All-Flash”
  • EMC commits to all-flash for its primary storage offerings, relegating traditional disk to bulk and archive storage requirements
  • Expanding upon the market-leading XtremIO all-flash array, EMC extends its all-flash portfolio to address all enterprise data center use cases, storing data at less cost than traditional enterprise disk-based arrays
  • Establishes new Converged Infrastructure offerings including all-flash building blocks

2. ) EMC Makes a Quantum Leap in Enterprise Storage
  • Expanding upon the market-leading XtremIO all-flash array, EMC launches VMAX All Flash, completely re-engineering VMAX to capitalize on the transformational value of flash in the modern data center
  • VMAX All Flash is built to address mission-critical enterprise data center use cases, at data storage costs less than traditional enterprise disk-based arrays
  • EMC delivers the first-to-market all-flash storage array to natively support block, file, open systems and mainframe

3.) EMC Unveils DSSD D5 A Quantum Leap in Flash Storage
  • EMC DSSD D5 delivers superior IOPS, throughput and latency metrics for the most data-intensive applications to enable complex, real-time data processing and real-time analytics and insight
  • 10M IOPS, ~100 microsecond latency, 100GB/s of bandwidth and 144TBs of raw storage in five rack units
  • Up to 68% lower TCO, 5X lower latency and 10X higher IOPS and bandwidth than today’s fastest flash platforms

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