EMC beefs up Symmetrix capacities

January 1997
PC Week;1/20/97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p65
Trade Publication
Mentions that EMC Corp. will add six new models to its Symmetrix Enterprise Storage Platform in February 1997. The new models in the 3000 series for open systems; The new models in the 5000 series for mainframes; Pricing; Contact point.


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