EMC Celerra NS-960

End of life Date:
December 31, 2011
Storage Device

The EMC Celerra NS-960 is a formidable storage device, meticulously engineered to cater to the comprehensive needs of contemporary data centers. Manufactured by EMC, a renowned name in the industry, this storage device epitomizes reliability and performance, ensuring that data center operations are executed seamlessly and proficiently.

Key Features:

  • End of Life Date: The official end-of-life date is December 31, 2011, marking it as a trusted component in data centers for an extensive period.
  • OEM: Produced by EMC, a distinguished name in the industry, vouching for the reliability and excellence of the storage device.
  • Type: Identified as a storage device, it is specialized to manage vast amounts of data efficiently and uphold a multitude of data center responsibilities.


  • Quality Assurance: With ThomasTech's steadfast dedication to quality, be confident that the EMC Celerra NS-960 is a product that adheres to elevated standards.
  • Comprehensive Solutions: ThomasTech proffers exhaustive solutions, ensuring that the storage device integrates effortlessly into your data center operations.
  • Expert Support: ThomasTech furnishes continuous expertise, guaranteeing that your data center experience is enhanced and optimized.


  • Perfect for data centers necessitating robust and dependable storage devices, the EMC Celerra NS-960 is adeptly suited to manage a diversity of tasks efficiently, ensuring that operations are conducted smoothly.


  • In the domain of data center operations, the EMC Celerra NS-960 emerges as a robust and reliable storage device. Its design and attributes are a testament to its ability to amplify the efficiency and reliability of your data center, supported by ThomasTech's commitment to quality and exhaustive solutions.

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