Dell EMC Unleashes New Products, Upgrades

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DELL EMC WORLD — While a preview of the company’s new channel program this week made the biggest splash among partners, the new Dell EMC at its Austin event also introduced a slew of new products and enhancements sure to interest the channel.

For one, the company said it is expanding its converged infrastructure portfolio through integration with PowerEdge servers into VxRail Appliances and VxRack System 1000 hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI).

Also new is an Endpoint Data Security and Management portfolio that includes technology from Dell, Mozy by Dell, RSA and VMware AirWatch. The services offer data protection, backup, recovery, identity assurance, threat prevention, advanced response, and endpoint device and application-management capabilities.

Dell EMC also took another step forward in analytics, debuting the Analytic Insights Module — designed to deliver the software, hardware and services necessary to “stand up an environment for both big-data analytics and cloud-native application development in days rather than weeks.”{ad}

Other product highlights include:

  • Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) platform v 3.0 — Updates include support for Dell EMC PowerEdge servers. ECS 3.0 is designed to help businesses make a successful shift in our increasingly digital economy. It offers multiple consumption models that Dell EMC says bring TCO 60 percent lower than with public cloud storage.
  • Dell EMC Data Domain — A new software-defined version of this protection storage product aims to deliver a sixfold increase in scalability and support for Dell EMC PowerEdge servers. New cloud-enabled software updates are designed to offer better protection of applications and data.
  • Isilon All-Flash — The newest member of the Isilon product family combines flash technology with the company’s scale-out NAS platform. Isilon All-Flash is designed to help IT organizations modernize their infrastructure and deliver digital-business capabilities.
  • OpenScale Payment Solutions — Offered from Dell Financial Services, the new payment solutions were developed to span a broad range of Dell EMC products and services. They aim to help customers scale technology availability with IT demand.
  • SC Series Improvements — Upgrades to the midmarket SC series (fka Compellent) storage arrays make them interoperable with storage management, mobility and data-protection services that previously were only available to EMC customers.

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