Dell EMC Isilon
Scale-Out Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Accelerate demanding file workloads with the extreme performance and scalability of the Dell EMC Isilon F800.
- Up to 250K IOPS and 15 GB/s per chassis
- 96 TB to 924 TB capacity per chassis
Isilon F800 is ideal for your most demanding high-performance computing (HPC), media and entertainment 4K streaming, and interactive analytics workloads. Benefit from the efficiency, flexibility, and resiliency of Isilon, the industry’s #1 scale-out NAS platform. Isilon F800 is all-flash NAS that scales easily keeps and keeps management simple, no matter how large your data environment becomes. For best use of your resources, automated storage tiering lets you tier less frequently accessed data to other Isilon systems or to the cloud.
Realise performance, capacity, and value for a wide range of enterprise file workloads.
- Isilon H400, H500, and H600
- Dense 4U chassis saves 75% rack space
Dell EMC Isilon hybrid storage platforms, powered by the Isilon OneFS operating system, use a highly versatile yet simple scale-out storage architecture to speed access to massive amounts of data, while dramatically reducing cost and complexity. Isilon hybrid storage is highly flexible and strikes the balance between large capacity and high-performance storage to provide support for a broad range of enterprise file workloads.
Lower the cost to store and protect ageing data assets while providing near-primary accessibility.
- Isilon A200 for active archive storage
- Isilon A2000 for deep archive storage
The Dell EMC Isilon A200 is an ideal active archive storage solution that combines near-primary accessibility, value and ease of use – while the Dell EMC Isilon A2000 is an ideal solution for high density, deep archive storage that safeguards data efficiently for long-term Retention. Both are powered by the Isilon OneFS operating system and use an innovative modular architecture to provide an efficient, yet simple scale-out storage platform to store, manage and protect massive amounts of unstructured data, while dramatically reducing cost and complexity.