Dell EMC presents new all-flash storage and updates to ClarityNow

Dell EMC presents new all-flash storage and updates to ClarityNow

Dell EMC announces expansion of its Isilon all-flash scale-out NAS platform. Updates were also announced for Dell EMC ClarityNow, reports ZDNet. According to the tech giant, these updates are aimed at helping enterprises manage unstructured data as part of their digital transformation.

The Isilon F810 system offers enterprise-class, high-density storage options that allow data centres to reduce their footprint and increase the efficiency of workloads. The architecture should provide up to 250,000 IOPS and 15 GB/s of bandwidth per 4U chassis. All this is in addition to three times the capacity of the current Isilon platform.

Furthermore, the system is designed to integrate with new Isilon clusters without any disruptions or the need for manual migration.


Meanwhile, Dell EMC’s ClarityNow software needs to accelerate data on file and object storage, whether it’s in a data center or the cloud. According to the company, ClarityNow gives IT administrators more insight into the data use of enterprise files and the storage capacity. It also allows end users to move and use files anywhere within the composite, global file system.

Both Isilon F810 and ClarityNow are now available worldwide via Dell EMC and its partners.

Isilon Systems was acquired by EMC in November 2010 for 2.25 billion dollars. That was before EMC became part of Dell. In August 2016, EMC was acquired by Dell for 67 billion dollars. As a result, it became the tech company in private hands. The company returned to the stock exchange in December. According to CEO Michael Dell, this was intended to simplify the capital structure.

Storage Portfolio

Earlier this month, Dell EMC announced new and improved storage portfolio opportunities, with a particular focus on medium and large enterprises. The solutions have been developed with the necessary flexibility and offer multicloud options.

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