Dell EMC XtremIO Shatters Customer and Revenue Growth Records

Dell EMC XtremIO Shatters Customer and Revenue Growth Records

Amasses More Than 3,000 Customers and a Staggering $3 Billion in Cumulative Revenues in Less Than Three Years

More than 3,000 customers have purchased XtremIOAll-Flash storage arrays worldwide

More than US$3 billion in cumulative XtremIO revenues in less than three years in the market

Dell EMC today announced that the XtremIOAll-Flash Array(AFA) has surpassed another set of customer and revenue milestones, with EMC (now part of Dell EMC) further solidifying its position as the All-Flash market leader, amassing a 40% revenue share according to IDC , nearly 2.5x its nearest competitor.

Since its November 2013 debut, XtremIO sales have continued to outpace every competitor, accumulating more than 3,000 customers andUS$3 billion in total sales in less than three years, further validating its market share leadership and place as quite possibly the fastest-growing enterprise storage product ever.

Customers including CNA, Vestas and The BostonRed Sox are choosing XtremIO as a key component in their modern data center strategies because of its capabilities to deliver consistent and predictable performance with sub-millisecond latencies. XtremIO arrays are purpose-built for accelerating and consolidating mixed block storage workloads such as databases, analytics, server virtual machines and virtual desktop infrastructures. It offers a scale-out architecture with always-on, always-inline data services with some of the industry’s best inline data compression and de-duplication capabilities. It also features integrated Copy Data Management (iCDM) to help customers accelerate and improve productivity for the business and in their IT organization.

Dell EMC also recently announced important software updates that extend XtremIO application integration and management features for both VMware and Microsoft virtualized environments.

“XtremIO’s staggering market momentum is validation from customers of the product’s class-leading capabilities for accelerating and consolidating mixed block storage workloads in modern data centers,” said Dan Inbar, SVP and GM, XtremIO, Dell EMC. “Our customers tell us they deploy XtremIO because ‘it just works’ to deliver consistent and predictable sub-millisecond performance for their IOPS-hungry application workloads. As a jewel in the Dell EMC All-Flash storage portfolio, we’re excited to continue developing XtremIO to address an even broader set of enterprise workloads and use cases that can benefit from the product’s unique All-Flash architecture.”

The Dell EMC All-Flash Storage Strategy

Led by the momentum of XtremIO, Dell EMC offers the world’s broadest portfolio of All-Flash storage, with multiple platforms each designed to address a multitude of small to large enterprise needs for consolidated and mixed workloads and the world’s most performance-intensive enterprise applications.

While competitors advocate that customers shouldn’t have a need for more than one All-Flash storage architecture to run all workloads, the Dell EMC All-Flash portfolio strategy is being validated by widespread market adoption. Dell EMC All-Flash storage arrays are purpose-built to address specific workloads and designed to address virtually any enterprise data center use case.

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