Unity Storage Array End Of Life List

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An end-of-service-life announcement can spell trouble for IT managers. When Unity Storage Array decides it will no longer support its storage, server, or network hardware, IT teams are left scrambling trying to figure out what they can do to deal with the problem without breaking the budget. Park Place Technologies makes it easy to find the latest End of Life (EOL) and End of Service Life (EOSL) information for your Unity Storage Array hardware. Allowing you to extend the support cycle and maximize the value of your hardware by saving 30 - 40% against that Unity Storage Array contract.

Dell EMC Unity is a line of mid-range storage arrays that was originally created as a next-gen unified storage array following the release of the Dell EMC VNX/VNXe families. The Unity models were released in 2016, and boasted a large reduction of power consumption compared to VNX prior alternatives.

The Dell Unity end of life can spark concerns that a large and costly overhaul is in your near future. However, third party hardware maintenance providers like Park Place Technologies can offer storage hardware maintenance agreements even after the OEM refuses to service your equipment.

When your Dell EMC Unity EOSL hits, contact our team about our Dell EMC maintenance options!

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