Dell introduces Midrange Network Storage System
Dell recently introduced the EMC 400, a new network storage system that offers customers advanced business continuance capabilities, including high availability and data protection features, in a midrange product optimized for storage consolidation and business-critical applications.
To support business continuance strategies, the Dell EMC CX400 offers redundant hardware and software features including hot spare disk drives, multi-path failover, data snapshots and cloning, and local or remote data mirroring. Organizations can also protect existing storage investments through Dell EMC software products that allow customers to replicate and share data between the Dell EMC CX400 and their existing Dell EMC Fibre Channel storage arrays.
Dell Computer Corporation is a provider of products and services required for customers worldwide to build their information-technology and Internet infrastructures. The company's revenue for the past four quarters totaled $32.1 billion. — (menareport.com)
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