EMC Launches New Storage LineupBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2011-01-19 Email Print
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EMC has launched 41 new products for storage, backup, deduplication and more in a set of announcements encompassing much of the company's product lines.
Storage giant EMC likes to do product launches in a big way. But on Jan. 18 the company outdid even itself with a rollout of 41 new enterprise storage products, the most it has introduced at one sitting.
EMC's new items, which will become available this quarter, include a line of low-end storage servers aimed at SMBs called VNX and VNXe, which eventually will replace the company's standard Clariion and Celerra products; an upgraded version of the Data Domain backup packages; a new Data Domain archiving array; its first branded Isilon "big data" array; and new software for its Symmetrix VMAX systems.