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EMC expands storage range to help SMEs

Antony Savvas

EMC is extending its Centera family of content storage systems to address the growing archiving needs of mid-size enterprises.

The EMC Centera four-node configuration delivers the same content and management features in other Centera configurations, but at a price aimed at mid-size operations.

The new option is equipped with the newly launched Centera operating system and has the capability to be rack-mounted in EMC or other industry-standard racks, to reduce costs and save floor space.

Tom Heiser, EMC Centera Division senior vice president and general manager, said, “Mid-size enterprises have been asking EMC for a solution to cost-effectively archive fixed content, such as e-mail and important business records, in a way that meets their requirements.

“With this new configuration we can now make managing and archiving fixed content more affordable and simpler than ever.”

The Centera four-node configuration will be available later this month. It will offer 2.2TB (terabytes) of usable capacity at a price 35% lower than previous entry level options, said EMC.


 


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