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VMAX All Flash Scales Up To Four Petabytes; Offers Radically Simplified Software Packaging as well as Guaranteed Investment Protection Through Xpect More Program
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LONDON, FEBRUARY 29, 2016 — /BackupReview.info/ — EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) today made a quantum leap forward in its flagship enterprise storage platform, announcing the new VMAX® All Flash®, the first-to-market all-flash storage array to natively support block, file, open systems and mainframe with the ability to scale up to four petabytes (PB) of data. More than just improving on raw performance, VMAX All Flash arrays deliver the legendary reliability and flexibility of the VMAX platform, while offering total cost of ownership (TCO) less than traditional enterprise disk-based arrays. Recognized by customers as the most-trusted storage array in the industry, EMC is extending the world-class VMAX data services to VMAX All Flash. In addition to a dramatically simplified management experience, its appliance-like packaging now includes both hardware and software.
Available immediately, EMC’s flagship VMAX array has been re-engineered to offer two new all-flash models: the EMC® VMAX 450 and EMC VMAX 850. Both models are specifically designed to take full advantage of the superior performance, density and economies of scale offered by cutting-edge flash storage media. In addition, EMC will add improvements later in the year to compress data in real time, which will result in significant capacity efficiencies.
More Than Just Performance Improvements
Building on overwhelmingly positive customer feedback for the simplified pricing and packaging of its XtremIO all-flash arrays, EMC is extending its Xpect More Program to offer customers simplified planning, deployment and management for the new VMAX All Flash array. The Xpect More Program offers the unique combination of a lifetime flat-price maintenance model and lifetime flash endurance protection. This not only removes many typical barriers to adoption of new technologies, it gives customers the ability to plan future procurement in a more predictable and efficient manner.
Both the VMAX All Flash 450 and VMAX All Flash 850 leverage the world-class data services of the VMAX family and come in two appliance-like package offerings. The base-level F package includes:
For customers who require a broader range of native data services, the FX package also includes:
EMC ProtectPoint™ data protection software can be added to any configuration of VMAX All Flash to perform direct backup between VMAX and EMC Data Domain® protection storage, without the need for traditional backup infrastructure. This avoids the typical data protection bottlenecks that can prevent flash storage platforms from reaching their potential.
Flash For Mission-Critical Environments
VMAX All Flash supports a broad ecosystem of applications and systems including: Oracle, VMware, Microsoft and OpenStack as well as support for IBM Mainframe and iSeries. As customers move towards a Software-Defined Data Center and look for simple integration into management and orchestration platforms, VMAX All Flash provides Restful-APIs to facilitate data center integration.
Orderable today, EMC’s Converged Platforms Division (VCE®), will also deliver the VMAX all-flash platform in the VCE® Vblock® and VxBlock™ 740 Systems, providing customers with the fastest, lowest risk path to a modern data center. In addition, the VMAX All Flash is orderable as a VCE Technology Extension to existing Vblock and VxBlock Systems and VCE Vscale™ Fabric implementations, providing customers with a path to significantly extend the performance and capabilities of their current VCE-enabled data centers.
EMC Makes A Quantum Leap Forward In Storage
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