The units are aimed at data centre customers and Dell claimed they have now over 50 percent more storage capacity and twice the rack densities.
They’re intended to support many different kinds of workloads including private cloud, big data and virtual desktop infrastructures.
The appliances are based on Dell PowerEdge server technology with Nutanix software and bundled with Dell global services and support.
The appliances now offer additional drive options including for both flash and conventional hard drives. Each rack unit can support up to 16 terabytes per rack unit, and a number of options for multiple drives, memory and microprocessors.
Dell is now offering a compact 1U form factor with the XC630 model, while the XC730xd will support up to 32 terabytes of memory.
The units will be up for sale in early March.