A NAS unit is an open-system computer system with storage capacity connected to a network that provides file-based data storage services to other devices on the network. NAS uses standard file protocols such as Common Internet File System (CIFS) and Network File System (NFS) to allow Microsoft Windows, Linux, and UNIX clients to access file systems, and databases over the IP network.
EMC’s storage and data protection simplify and automate as well as provide a path to the cloud and data protection everywhere.
1. EMC Data Domain Deduplication Storage Systems
EMC Data Domain deduplication storage systems continue to revolutionize disk backup, archiving, and disaster recovery with high-speed, inline deduplication. By consolidating backup and archive data on a Data Domain system, it can reduce storage requirements by 10-30x, making disk cost-effective for onsite retention and highly efficient for network-based replication to disaster recovery sites.
a. EMC DD2500
The EMC Data Domain DD2500 system lets you consolidate backup and archive data onto one easy-to-manage platform that provides the data protection your business needs. Data Domain systems are the fastest deduplication storage on the market. Inline deduplication reduces the amount of disk storage you need for backup data by an average of 10-30 times, making disk a cost-effective alternative to tape backup.
- Up to 13.4 TB/hr throughputs
- Up to 6.6 PB logical capacities
- Up to 133 TB usable capacities
b. EMC DD4200
The EMC Data Domain DD4200 deduplication storage system is sized for enterprise and larger midrange data centers. With fast inline deduplication, we can protect those applications using 10 to 30 times less storage. You are able to complete more backups sooner even within limited backup windows, and use disk storage to replace tape.
- Up to 22 TB/hr throughputs
- Up to 9.4 PB logical capacities
- Up to 189 TB usable capacities
c. EMC DD4500
The DD4500 system delivers high-performance inline deduplication that reduces the storage capacity needed for data backup and archiving by 10-30x. High throughput means faster backups so scheduled jobs finish on time.
- Up to 22 TB/hr throughput
- Up to 14.2 PB logical capacity
- Up to 285 TB usable capacity
d. EMC DD7200
Data Domain systems offer the industry’s fastest inline deduplication, which gives better data protection for a lower total cost of ownership. Replace tape backup and save money with deduplication storage that reduces capacity needs by 10 to 30 times. Fast throughput lets you complete jobs on schedule and meet your service level agreements.
- Up to 26 TB/hr throughput
- Up to 21.4 PB logical capacity
- Up to 428 TB usable capacity
2. EMC VNXe Series
The VNXe Series gives you automated, application-ready storage with solution-focused software that’s easy to manage, provision, and protect.
a. EMC VNXe3100
With scalability from 6 up to 96 disk drives and 192 terabytes of capacity, the VNXe3100 meets the needs of growing organizations with increasingly complex storage requirements. EMC VNXe3100 is an ideal platform for business with physical server infrastructure, as well as those making the move to server virtualization to drive consolidation and greater efficiency.
b. EMC VNXe3300
With scalability from 6 up to 120 disk drives and 240 terabytes of capacity, the VNXe3300 meets the needs of growing organizations with increasingly complex storage requirements. EMC VNXe3300 is an ideal platform for business with physical server infrastructure, as well as those making the move to server virtualization to drive consolidation and greater efficiency.
c. EMC VNXe3150
The EMC VNXe3150 Series makes unified storage easy to manage for the IT generalist, and easy to afford for smaller business and branch office budgets. With scalability of 288 terabytes of capacity, the VNXe3150 meets the needs of growing organizations with increasingly complex storage requirements.