EMC Celerra

Refreshing Celerra: New Models + New Features

by dave on February 23, 2009


As you probably have heard by now, EMC has refreshed the Celerra line a bit. With today’s announcement, we’ve added the following hardware models to the fold:

  • NS-480 with 2 or 4 datamovers
  • NS-960 with support for up to 960 drives
  • NS-G8 with support for up to 8 datamovers and connectivity to Symmetrix & CLARiiON systems

Now that that’s been covered, let’s cover some of the other details across the line…

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Atmos rising…(from Maui)

by dave on November 10, 2008


Today is the official GA of EMC‘s latest-n-greatest product, Atmos.  For all intents and purposes, you probably have heard of Atmos under a different guise:  Maui.  In any case, I’ll be taking a look at some of the features and functionalities of Atmos as well as potential integration points for your business.  Finally, if you’re really interested, I’ll discuss the hardware underpinnings of Atmos which point towards its ability to scale to multiple-petabytes of information storage.  It will probably be easiest to “unpack” the press release, but lets get some of the foundational information out of the way.

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Search Term Reviews: October 15th Edition

by dave on October 15, 2008


It’s been awhile since I last did a review of what people are searching for (July 30th was the last time…wow) so, let’s see what’s new.

Search Term #1: EMC NX4

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