Much like Tim Allen, IT infrastructure vendor EMC Corp. wants more power. And the vendor said Wednesday it’s putting more muscle into its top-selling storage line in Canada.
The company said Wednesday that new versions of the mid-range VNX series have been optimized for solid-state hard drives with faster processors to give four times the performance of the previous models at largely the same prices.
“We’ve re-designed the architecture to take advantage of flash technology,” said Kashif Ansari, EMC Canada’s chief technology officer.
There are seven new models, including the all-flash VNX-F, for customers looking for a smaller footprint array with high I/O and response times and who don’t need high storage capacity. It would appeal to financial institutions, he said.
For more, read the full report from IT World Canada’s Howard Solomon: EMC hikes power of VNX line.