Dell introduces new storage system

Brings entry level SC series offering to help customers modernise their IT systems

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Dell introduces new storage system Dell EMC has expanded its SC Series offering with the SCv3000 arrays.
By  Staff Writer Published  October 11, 2017

Dell EMC has launched new all-flash storage systems to help customers modernise their IT systems at GITEX Technology Week.

The company has extended its entry-level SC Series offering with the affordable new SCv3000 arrays. In addition, regional organisations will be able to procure the previously announced XtremIO X2. The SCv3000 Series also offers an expanding range of Dell EMC hardware and software integrations including VMware vSphere plugin support, along with support for VMware Virtual Volumes.

Also new is the XtremIO platform, which offers up to 80% lower response times and 25% higher data reduction to support 2x more copies per cluster for iCDM. X2 provides three times the capacity per X-Brick as well as new multi-dimensional scalability to scale up from as low as 7TB to as high as 138TB per X-Brick, scaling out up to eight X-Bricks.

Dell EMC director of sales - modern infrastructure Ossama El Samadoni said: "With these new breed of high-end and midrange storage portfolio, Dell EMC is bringing best-in-class performance, capabilities, value and economics to customers. The power and speed are unparalleled, but more importantly, customers of every size, every budget and every stage of IT Transformation can harness the power of enterprise-class storage to move their business forward."

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