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Dell Ready to Resell EMC Deduplication, Unveils Object Storage System

March 25, 2010

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Lots of storage news from Dell this week. On Wednesday, the OEM announced plans to resell EMC Data Domain deduplication plans and Celerra unified storage arrays. Enterprise Storage Forum reports. Dell also released three new servers in the Dell|EMC DD Series -- the EMC Data Domain DD140, DD610 and DD630.

Dell Wednesday expanded its OEM relationship with long-time partner EMC and unveiled a new object-based storage system.

Despite Dell's evolution over the last two years from an EMC partner into a major player in the storage networking market, the company's relationship with data storage giant EMC appears to remain intact.

Dell announced plans to resell EMC Data Domain deduplication systems, as was widely expected, and Dell will also expand its agreement with EMC to resell Celerra unified storage arrays.

The new Dell|EMC DD Series will include the EMC Data Domain DD140, DD610 and DD630 dedupe appliances. On the unified storage front, in addition to the Celerra NX4 already rebranded as the Dell NX4, Dell will also resell the NS-120, NS-480 and NS-960 under the Dell|EMC NS Series.

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