Dell unveils new Dell Storage SC4000 Series arrays

26th March 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |


Bangalore, India, March 24, 2014: Dell has unveiled a brand new series of full-featured, enterprise storage arrays designed for mid-sized fibre channel deployments. Available first in the Asia-Pacific region and planned globally later in 2014, the new Dell Storage SC4000 Series arrays brings full-featured, enterprise-class storage to cost-efficient, high-performing, smaller-scale solutions.

The new storage array series, with an all-flash solution that can cost less, is the latest addition to Dell’s customer-driven enterprise data center portfolio of purpose-built solutions designed to make IT more efficient and practical.

S. Sridhar, Director & General Manager, Enterprise Solutions Group, Dell India said, “CIOs of Indian enterprises with mid-sized workloads are required to optimize their IT infrastructure & remain ahead of their peers in providing world class services to their internal as well external customers, protect & secure their data & do all of this efficiently. They are looking for efficient choices in IT infrastructure that provide higher performance, greater productivity within their budget. Dell’s storage products have been testified by our customers to provide industry leading performance, efficiency and high ROI. We constantly innovate give our customers this lead. In line with these efforts we are launching the SC4000 series to provide enterprises with mid-sized workloads the capabilities of enterprise storage, yet lower TCO.”

Puneet Kaur Kohli, Group Executive Vice President, IT & Operations, Bajaj Capital said: “We are now able to close our accounting period on the exact date, which has improved the overall efficiency of the organization through eliminating this delay. Dell Compellent storage is delivering three times the number of IOPS compared to our previous solution.”

J.P. Dwivedi, CIO, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, India said, “We are a cancer hospital and so our patients may visit us after many years, which means the data needs to remain highly available. We keep all records online, and while we have the current capacity of 50TB, we have the scalability to double this through simply adding disk space, which provides us with excellent price-performance. The Compellent solution provides me with a great deal of freedom and flexibility in the management of storage.”
The new Dell Storage SC4000 Series arrays will debut with the Dell Storage SC4020, a 2U, 24-drive storage area network (SAN) based on Dell Compellent Storage Center software. The arrays are designed to offer the same advanced capabilities as larger SANs in a solution sized and priced for mid-sized deployments. Launching with fibre channel connectivity, the new arrays complement the Dell EqualLogic iSCSI-based solutions and enable Dell to offer full-featured arrays that address both networking demands for mid-sized storage needs.


The Dell Storage SC4000 Series will debut with the Dell Storage SC4020 across the Asia-Pacific region in May 2014. Worldwide availability is planned for later this year.

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