EMC Unveils New Storage Architecture

 
 
By Sharon Linsenbach  |  Posted 2009-04-15 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

EMC has introduced a high-end line of Symmetrix storage products based on a building block design that can start small and scale up to support the largest virtual data center infrastructures, aiming to do for storage what VMware has done for enterprise servers.

EMC's new Symmetrix V-Max and V-Max SE storage arrays are based on a Virtual Matrix Architecture that EMC said can scale up to hundreds of thousands of terabytes of storage, and is capable of supporting hundreds of thousands of virtual machines.

V-Max and V-Max SE are designed for large enterprise data centers and server virtualization deployments in which storage workloads must adapt to changing demand and must be moved between various storage platforms. The V-Max product line also includes Fully Automated Storage Tiering (FAST), the ability to automatically tier data based on real-time user access requirements, its life cycle, regulatory compliance and disaster recovery needs, EMC says.

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Sharon Linsenbach Sharon Linsenbach is a staff writer for eWEEK and eWEEK Channel Insider. Prior to joining Ziff Davis, Sharon was Assistant Managing Editor for CRN, a weekly magazine for PC and technology resellers. Before joining CRN, Sharon was an Acquisitions Editor for The Coriolis Group and later, Editorial Director with Paraglyph Press, both in Scottsdale, AZ. She holds a BA in English from Drew University and lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her significant other and two neurotic cats. When she's not reading or writing about technology, Sharon enjoys yoga, knitting, traveling and live music. Sharon can be reached at Sharon.Linsenbach@ziffdavisenterprise.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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