Dell EMC Support & Maintenance
When your Dell EMC hardware is operating at peak performance, data centre maintenance can be an afterthought. When a part fails, an upgrade interferes with configuration or there’s an unidentified issue, your hardware support comes into question. Be proactive now, so you have access to reliable solutions when you need them most.
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Understand your equipment life cycle
Where is your Dell EMC hardware in the product life cycle? Select the year below to discover equipment support options and the next steps for your equipment.
New equipment is introduced and made available to consumers. OEM warranties are typically sold with the equipment and vary in timeframes between 1-5+ years.
- Third-party maintenance may be an option if additional support is needed.
End of Life (EOL) / End of Sale (EOS)
Manufacturers begin sending EOL alerts for equipment. This means the OEM no longer produces, markets or sells the equipment. At this point, firmware, patches or upgrades are reduced.
- Connect with a third-party maintenance provider if you have immediate concerns regarding bug fixes, security, performance, etc. Third-party software maintenance may be a good fit if firmware or microcode is freely available.
- Evaluate your immediate and long-term infrastructure strategy. Just because your equipment has approached the EOL milestone doesn’t mean it’s time for a hardware refresh. Your hardware will continue performing well beyond the 6-year lifespan. Consider a third-party maintenance provider to help you extend the life of your equipment and save critical budget dollars.
End of Development (EOD) / End of Service Life (EOSL)
Manufacturers no longer produce, develop, update or support the equipment.
- Take the time to determine if a hardware refresh is the best decision for your business needs. If your equipment is meeting immediate compatibility, capacity and reliability needs, consider delaying a hardware refresh to extend the life of your investment.
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Take a strategic look at your current hardware refresh plan; consider the timing and frequency of your hardware refresh cycle; consider another option from OEM hardware. Determine how equipment reliability impacts your refreshing decisions through failure rate data. Optimise your hardware refresh plan to increase efficiencies and cost savings for your infrastructure strategy.
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