Dell EMC SCv3000 storage comes for starting price of under $10,000

Dell EMC SCv3000 storageBusiness technology major Dell EMC announced Dell EMC SCv3000 storage, with a starting price of under $10,000.

Dell EMC said Dell EMC SCv3000 storage has many features of SC operating system that are available in midrange storage products such as SC9000, SC7020 and SC5020.

Dell EMC SCv3000 storage

Data Progression enables auto-tiering hybrid flash solutions with “0-100 percent flash” configuration flexibility.

Intelligent Compression provides up to 93 percent reduction in required capacity.

Full replication / federation with other SC Series arrays gives investment protection with built-in roadmap to meet changing needs.

Live Migrate ensures seamless data mobility and load balancing at no extra cost.

Volume-level auto-failover/auto-repair eliminates workload interruption during unexpected outages or disasters.

Cross-platform replication and unified management allows PS/EqualLogic customers to easily add SC to their existing environments.

Dell EMC has upgraded the SCv3000 hardware platform compared to previous-generation SCv2000. New 6-core Intel processors, 2X the memory and 3X more bandwidth, which are available with the SCv3000 storage, will result in a 50 percent performance boost, with tested maximums up to 270,000 IOPS.

“With all these advanced capabilities starting at a street price of under $10,000, SCv3000 is simply a great value for our most cost-conscious customers,” said Jeff Boudreau, president, Dell EMC Storage Division.

Dell EMC said its SCv3000 arrays are customer-installable, lowering start-up costs, and supported by ProSupport and ProDeploy services, including Plus versions – as well as the new Optimize advanced services option.

CIOs can select from one of two new base array models (SCv3000 and SCv3020), and three new optional expansion enclosures (SCv300, SCv320 and SCv360).

CIOs can mix and match these building blocks to deploy up to 1PB raw capacity per array, using any combination of SSDs and traditional hard drives in 3.5″ and 2.5″ formats. CIOs can group multiple arrays in federated clusters with proactive load-balancing guidance and fast, wizard-based migration tools.

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