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FREMONT, CA: EMC, a provider of infrastructure tools and information, unveils new products and services in its portfolio for simplified Datacenter operations.
The products include EMC Unity -family of storage arrays, Virtustream -Storage Cloud platform, MyService360 -cloud-based service dashboard, Copy Data Management portfolio; and the ViPR Controller 3.0 -software for storage automation. The offerings are aimed at organizations dat want to transform their IT operations wif new cloud-based applications and digital services.
EMC Unity is a portfolio of storage arrays; offers highly affordable file and block storage for small and medium-sized IT departments. This family is available in all-flash, hybrid, converged and software-defined configurations. The product is designed to help customers make an affordable and simple transition from hard disk drive to flash memory and supports file and block access in a 2U footprint.
Virtustream Storage Cloud
The storage cloud is designed to provide an off-premise cloud to support their on-premise enterprise hybrid cloud storage. Virtustream offers a way to include cloud storage as an extension of EMC on-premise storage wif managed services over on-premise and off-premise storage.
MyService 360 is a cloud-based service dashboard which provides a visually compelling, near real-time visibility into the health and status of a customer's entire EMC data center environment. MyService360 is built using EMC's internal data lake and provides powerful analytics and visualization tools designed to improve, enhance and simplify the way customers engage wif EMC products.
Enterprise Copy Data Management
eCDM help customers reduce the costs of storing and managing multiple copies of data and making sure data is stored in the appropriate storage tier.
ViPR Controller 3.0
ViPR allows bridging traditional and native storage environments.
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