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May 19, 2015

Dell makes PowerEdge play at backup & recovery

DL4300 and DL1000 appliances are aimed at midsized and small companies.


Dell has added the DL4300 and DL1000 1TB appliances to its line of backup and recovery appliances.

These offerings will provide midsized and small companies with turnkey data protection solutions that can work across physical, virtual and cloud environments to protect critical data and applications.

The DL4300, available in standard and high capacity versions, is built on the company’s 13th generation PowerEdge server and features the latest Intel processor technology. The standard offering will feature an 8-core processor and up to 128GB of memory, with the high-capacity offering 10-core and up to 256GB.

Users will also be able to scale the DL4300 as standard up to 60TB, with high-capacity up to 120TB. Customers will also be able to use tools to manage standby virtual machines in a single interface.

Brett Roscoe, general manager, data protection, Dell Software, said: "Customers no longer want to deal with the complexity of legacy backup and recovery solutions. They want to move to modern, high-performance platforms with all of the leading features and capabilities built in."

"That’s exactly what Dell’s DL appliances deliver. With the addition of the DL4300 and DL1000 TB, Dell‘s backup and recovery appliances offer customers a combination of choice, performance and value that no other vendor in the industry can match."

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