Infotech Lead America: EMC has launched its VNXe3150 unified storage system.
The latest unified storage system combines 50 percent more performance and capacity per rack unit.
“We are charging the VNXe line with performance and efficiency with the VNXe3150,” said Eric Herzog, senior vice president of Product Management and Product Marketing at EMC Unified Storage Division.
The VNXe3150 is fully optimized for virtualization. The company said that it is ideal for VNXe3150 small and medium-sized businesses, as well as departments in enterprises and government.
The company reckons that the availability of the VNXe3150 will allow entry-level storage customers to maximize their virtual environments with added performance and capacity.
Furthermore, customers can minimize downtime while achieving significant power cost savings and enjoying simplified management just by using VNXe3150 in virtualized environments.
The latest unified storage system supports the move to a virtualized environment through integrations with Citrix XENServer, Microsoft Hyper V and VMware vSphere, providing support in any hypervisor environment.
The VNXe3150 is also a key component of EMC’s VSPEX Proven Infrastructure, which offers a wide range of choices for virtualization, server, network, and storage and data protection for EMC customers.
Joe Burke, VP of the North American Enterprise Security, Virtualization and Networking Group, Enterprise Computing Solutions at Arrow Electronics, said that EMC’s focus on enhancing the VNXe entry-level storage platform is a commitment to continue driving value to its channel partners.
The VNXe3150 also features ease of use with EMC’s Unisphere storage management interface. The company sells the VNXe3150 exclusively through its Velocity Partner Program.