28 February 2016

Dell introduces midmarket backup appliances, free Windows data recovery software

· New data deduplication appliance models are built for midmarket, deliver higher capacity, speed and performance

· Free set-and-forget recovery solution protects Windows clients

Dell has announced data protection solutions to help small and midmarket organisations better protect business-critical systems, applications, and data – either on premises or in the cloud. Offerings include data deduplication appliances models; and the new Dell Data Protection | Endpoint Recovery – Free Edition.

Back up more and store less 

New releases to the Dell DR series of deduplication appliances include the new Dell DR4300e, DR4300 and DR6300. Dell DR appliances relieve network bandwidth congestion and boost ingest performance, ensuring that backups get completed on time, every time. Ingestion refers to the reformatting of captured data into a form suitable for storage.

· The DR4300 delivers up to 108TB of usable capacity while ingesting up to 23TB of data per hour. The entry-level DR4300e is a smaller scale, low-cost appliance that can scale up to 27TB. With these offerings, small and midmarket organisations can now easily adopt enterprise-grade data deduplication capabilities that have traditionally been out of reach.

· The DR63000 is a larger midmarket and small enterprise solution that delivers up to 360TB of usable capacity while ingesting up to 29TB of data per hour.

Freemium protection and recovery for Windows clients

To help companies protect the growing volumes of data created by endpoint devices, Dell Data Protection | Endpoint Recovery – Free Edition will be available as lightweight, easy-to-use software for Windows clients. A no-cost, set-and-forget client protection solution designed for a single user, the freemium offering provides file deduplication and compression to reduce storage costs and enables fast recovery of lost data.


Dell Data Protection | Endpoint Recovery – Free Edition will be available in the Singapore beginning in early March, while all other solutions are already available in Singapore.