Note: This Data Mover CPU module does not include I/O modules or a power supply.
EMC 110-113-106B Data Mover CPU module with 2.13GHz CPU and 6GB RAM for VNX5300 storage arrays. Whether you’re upgrading your EMC VNX5300 storage system or simply looking for a replacement Data Mover CPU module, we have what you need. If you don’t see the part listed that you’re looking for, please use our Contact Us form; as we have many parts in inventory that are not listed.
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EMC 110-113-106B VNX5300 Data Mover CPU module with 2.13GHz CPU and 6GB RAM
The VNX series is designed for a wide range of environments that include midtier through enterprise. VNX provides offerings that include file only, block only, and unified (block and file) implementations. The VNX series is managed through a simple and intuitive user interface called Unisphere®; this single pane of glass completes the unified experience.
The VNX5300, the introductory model for the VNX unified platform, is designed for the mid-range entry space. This model provides either block and file services, file only services, or block only services, and uses a Disk Processor Enclosure (DPE). File services are provided by the Data Mover Enclosure (DME).
EMC 110-113-106B VNX5300 Storage Processor with 2.13GHz CPU and 6GB RAM
The File/Unified model uses a 2.13 GHz, four-core Xeon 5600 processor with 6 GB RAM per blade, with a maximum storage capacity of 200 TB per blade. The model can have one or two blades, and each blade has redundant power supplies located in the front of the blade. The File/Unified model supports the following NAS protocol options: NFS, CIFS, and pNFS. The CPU module is also accessible from the front of each blade after removing the power supplies. The rear of each blade houses the slots used for internal/external network connectivity, backend fibre connectivity, and frontend connectivity options.
The File/Unified model uses a DME (Data Mover Enclosure) that appears similar in appearance to the SPE of the VNX5700 and VNX7500. The DME can house two blades per 2U enclosure, and each blade can accept a maximum of two I/O modules for frontend connectivity.