Dell Introduces New SAN Offering

Dell today introduced new storage area network (SAN) offerings based on the Dell / EMC FC4500 platform.

The new offerings include storage capacities of

— 730GB for 9 cents per megabyte, starting
at $70,000.

— 360GB for 16 cents per megabyte, starting
at $60,000.

— and 180GB for 31 cents per megabyte, starting
at $57,000.

The company said these configurations are full Fibre Channel SAN solutions and include implementation services, the Dell / EMC FC4500 storage array, Fibre Channel fabric switches from Brocade, SAN-management software and support services.

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