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    Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Object Storage

    Flexible, scalable, cloud-ready storage to meet your file and object data needs

    Meet the burgeoning growth requirements of unstructured data storage and lower costs with highly efficient solutions that integrate easily with the cloud. Dell EMC Network Attached Storage and Object Storage platforms—powered by Intel® Xeon® processors—support the widest range of enterprise workloads along with the extreme demands of IoT data, high performance computing and data analytics.

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    Isilon

    Industry’s #1 scale-out NAS solution for any file workload, simple to manage at any scale.
    Ideal for wide range of file workloads, high performance computing (HPC), archiving and infrastructure consolidation.
    File, HDFS
    • All-Flash, hybrid, archive models
    • Scales from TBs to PBs within one file system with up to 80% storage efficiency1
    • Automated cloud file tiering and archiving, supports ECS, AWS, Azure, and private clouds
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    ECS

    Software-defined globally distributed object storage with low total cost of ownership.
    Ideal for global content repository, cloud-native applications, IoT, Storage as a Service, hybrid cloud, consolidated backup and archive.
    Object, File, HDFS
    • Private cloud target for Unity and Isilon
    • Available as software, appliance, and/or hosted solution
    • Native metadata search
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    Dell EMC Unity

    Simple, unified all-flash and hybrid storage with hybrid cloud.
    Ideal for general purpose NAS/SAN mixed workload consolidation, smaller file workloads, transactional databases.
    Unified, Block, File
    • 64-bit file system supports up to 256TB capacity
    • Automated cloud file tiering and archiving, supports ECS, AWS, Azure
    • VMware and Oracle file integration
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