sponsored by Hitachi Data Systems
Posted:  06 Sep 2013
Published:  28 Jun 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Data Sheet
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Flash technology has become more pervasive in the data center over the past few years as IT practitioners seek to provide the competitive business advantages of real-time computing.

However, its widespread adoption as a mainstream storage option has been hampered by high costs, limited endurance and sub-optimal write performance.

Check out this informative paper to explore a unified, all-flash storage solution built for virtual environments. Read on to discover the benefits the technology provides, including improved virtualization performance, a simplified storage environment, reduced operational costs and much more.






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