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EMC Symmetrix DMX-3950

In 2003 EMC introduced the Symmetrix DMX (Direct Matrix Architecture) high-end storage array in a groundbreaking modular format. EMC continued to evolve the line, introducing the DMX-3 in 2006. EMC’s latest DMX iteration is the Symmetrix DMX-3 model 950, which EMC is positioning as an entry-level high-end storage array that offers efficient power usage in a compact footprint. EMC is targeting high-end storage users who want more capacity and performance along with remote replication, but who are stymied by a lack of space in the data center as well as their mounting energy bills.

Publish date: 12/01/06

EMC Symmetrix DMX 3

High end storage systems are the centerpiece of the corporate data infrastructure, the bedrock of business information. The competition among EMC, IBM, and HDS for a share of the high end storage market is cutthroat and intense. It essentially equates to a heavyweight boxing match.

Publish date: 02/01/07

Can you compare software-defined storage architecture to hyper-converged systems?

Hyper-converged systems and software-defined storage provide similar storage management features, but the technologies are architected very differently.

  • Premiered: 09/30/14
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Virtual Storage
Topic(s): TBA Arun Taneja TBA TechTarget TBA hyperconverged TBA SDS TBA software-defined TBA software-defined storage TBA EMC VMAX TBA EMC TBA VMAX TBA HP TBA 3PAR TBA HDS TBA Hitachi TBA Hitachi Data Systems TBA IBM TBA IBM DS8000 TBA NetApp TBA High Performance TBA ViPR TBA SAN Volume Controller TBA SAN TBA Maxta TBA MxSP TBA Gridstore TBA HCS TBA Deduplication TBA VMWare TBA VSAN TBA Virtual SAN TBA EVO