EMC Expands Industr' Broadest Set of Storage Technologies
From High-End to Entry-Level, EMC Extends Leadership with New Capabilities and Unmatched Levels of Investment Protection
EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC), the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today rolled out a new line-up of storage systems and software to help customers of all sizes store information more cost-effectively, securely and intelligently while continuing to make it easier for existing customers to take advantage of new capabilities, without asking them to sacrifice their storage investments. The new systems and software capabilities, which span from the entry-level to the high-end, will help EMC further extend its lead in all of the storage market segments it serves.
EMC today announced: (see separate releases for complete details)
“EMC continues to make life harder for the competition by making more investments across more product offerings at every level of the storage spectrum,” said Steve Duplessie, Founder and Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group. “At the same time, they make it easier for a customer to see the value in a one stop shop. The commitment to innovate across the whole portfolio means users aren't forced into a one size fits all solution. It’s pretty impressive.”
David Donatelli, EMC Executive Vice President, Storage Product Operations, said, “EMC’s level of investment and commitment in developing, testing and delivering new storage technologies is unmatched. We focus our efforts on addressing high priority customer requirements like energy efficiency, security and ease-of-use, and work to incorporate new capabilities across all of our product lines. One size does not fit all and we’re making sure customers, whether big, medium or small, have the right solution for the right storage job.”
The new Centera Generation 4 LP Nodes and the Rainfinity File Management Appliance are generally available. The new Symmetrix DMX-4 series, new Celerra NS20 systems, Celerra multi-protocol NS40 systems and new CLARiiON enhancements will be available in August 2007.
EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC) is the world’s leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information. Information about EMC’s products and services can be found at www.EMC.com.