EMC launches Symmetrix DMX-3

By : |August 31, 2005 0



HOPKINTON, Mass.: EMC Corporation today announced general availability of its new storage system, the EMC Symmetrix DMX-3.

The first system ordered by a customer, a fully loaded, 960-drive Symmetrix DMX-3 array, was shipped today.

David Donatelli, EMC executive vice president, Storage Platforms Operations, said, “We had an extremely successful beta process with the new EMC Symmetrix DMX-3, and we’re enthused by the initial customer response.”

The Symmetrix DMX-3 system complements and builds on Symmetrix DMX-2 Series of systems. The DMX-3 exceeds previous capabilities through a design that features increased processing power and internal bandwidth, new memory technology and support for lower-cost disk drives.

The Symmetrix DMX-3 supports up to 960 disk drives today, and will be qualified to support up to 1,920 disk drives in the first half of 2006 and more than 2,000 by the end of next year.

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