EMC has unveiled two new network attached storage (NAS) devices and a system for root-cause diagnosis of NAS systems.
The new appliances include the Celerra NS704, which can scale up to 48Tbytes, and the Celerra NS350, which is designed for smaller datacentres and which can handle up to 10Tbytes.
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EMC has also introduced its Smarts IP Availability Manager for NAS. This product can diagnose root-cause failures in an IP network.
The product works with Celerra systems and those from EMC rival Network Appliance.
The software is based on technology EMC acquired through its 2004 takeover of System Management Arts (Smarts), a real-time network management systems developer.
Pricing for Smarts IP Availability Manager starts at £29,000.