Dell PowerVault products include disk enclosures, disk arrays, tape drives, autoloaders, tape librarys, Network attached storage and Storage area networks. Some of these products are provided through a partnership with EMC Corporation. A disk enclosure is a computer storage device designed to contain disk drives. ... A disk array is an enterprise storage system which contains multiple disk drives. ... A tape drive, also known as a streamer, is a peripheral device that reads and writes data stored on a magnetic tape or a punched tape. ... An Autoloader is a data storage device consisting of at least one tape drive (the drive), a method of loading tapes into the drive (the robot), and a storage area for tapes (the magazine). ... A tape silo being loaded. ... Network-attached storage (NAS) systems are generally computing-storage devices that can be accessed over a computer network, rather than directly being connected to the computer (via a computer bus). ... In computing, a storage area network (SAN) is a network designed to attach computer storage devices such as disk array controllers and tape libraries to servers. ... EMC Corporation NYSE: EMC is a manufacturer of high-end and midrange storage hardware and software and is headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. ...
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Dell, the world's leading direct computer systems company and a premier provider of Internet infrastructure products and services, today announced that it has been selected to supply as much as two thousand terabytes (or two petabytes) of storage to the Navy and Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) Program.
With Dell's enterprise-class systems as the foundation of the NMCI program, the Navy and Marine Corps are assured the highest levels of flexibility, reliability and performance.
"Dell and EDS are both at the forefront of helping organizations leverage the power of the Internet to increase their efficiency and lower their costs," said Michael Dell, chairman and CEO at Dell.
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