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IBM's XIV storage group just sold its 1,000th enterprise disk array--probably to an EMC Symmetrix/DMX customer. Here's the back story.
The data storage giant increases by twofold the storage capacity on its Symmetrix data storage system for business.
The storage systems maker introduces the Symmetrix DMX, designed to handle the data storage needs of large companies. But will it be enough to overcome a market funk?
Iron Mountain, a company that specializes in archiving electronic records, has selected EMC Symmetrix and Celerra data-storage products, the companies said this week. Over the last year, Iron Mountain has bought 10 terabytes of capacity using the top-end Symmetrix product. Data archiving is growing more important, with electronic documents in lawsuits and with new Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, EMC said.
The companies are to co-brand EMC's midrange Clariion systems aimed at Dell's enterprise customers and will also promote the more powerful Symmetrix line.
Sun Microsystems' and Hitachi Data Systems' deal to market co-branded HDS Lightning 9900 storage provides Sun with a high-end product that competes directly with EMC's Symmetrix.
PC maker NEC Computers announced it has extended its strategic alliance with storage leader EMC. NEC will now offer EMC's CLARiiON FC5300 fibre channel RAID storage system as an option with its Express5800 servers. EMC's Symmetrix storage systems have been available on NEC Express5800 servers since late 1998.
EMC released its new generation of Symmetrix-family storage systems. The six products, for open systems, mainframes, and mixed-platform environments, store up to 1.5 terabytes and have list prices from $260,000 to $3,400,000.