Symmetrix DMX-3 can support as much as a petabyte of data and offers information life-cycle-management capabilities.
The latest next-generation product in EMC’s high-end Symmetrix storage line is DMX-3. Scheduled to ship in September, DMX-3 currently supports up to 960 disk drives, and will be capable of supporting up to 1,920 disk drives by the first half of 2006. By the end of 2006 it should be up to 2000, and will be able to store a petabyte of data once fully configured.
The DMX-3 is designed to support applications that require maximum scalability with minimal downtime.
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