Enterprises across the globe are using EMC's all-flash storage solutions to address a multitude of needs for consolidated and mixed workloads.
Few of its notable customers are SiS Distribution, one of Thailand's largest distributors of IT products; State of Indiana, USA, based in Indianapolis; CMA, an IT consultancy based in New York; and Etisalat Group, a telecommunications company.
EMC revenue from Telco, Media & Entertainment companies grew 316% in 2015 YoY.
Between 2014 and 2015, EMC increased its base of flash customers globally by 78%.
"EMC has declared 2016 as the year of All-Flash for primary storage," said Jeremy Burton, president of Products and Marketing, EMC. "Built on the amazing success of XtremIO our comprehensive portfolio now includes VMAX All Flash, DSSD D5 and the brand new EMC Unity designed to enable the Modern Data Center for today's global enterprises."
Fast growing products
XtremIO is one of EMC's fastest-growing product and topped the all-flash storage array market in nine months after its 2013 debut.
The product can address most high-end enterprise workloads and features world class inline data compression and de-duplication capabilities for improved economics.
EMC's VMAX All Flash can consolidate mixed block and file workloads that require the highest levels of enterprise availability, rich data services, IBM mainframe and iSeries support, and scalable storage growth.
DSSD D5 Rack-Scale Flash is ideal for the most performance-intensive, traditional and next-generation use cases that require microsecond latencies.
Unity delivers enterprise capabilities, all-flash performance and cloud-like simplicity for under $18,000.
"As performance-hungry workloads continue growing in diversity, enterprises can turn to EMC for the industry's broadest portfolio of innovative all-flash storage solutions at price-performance points to match almost any data center use case," added Burton.
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