792 TBs of physical flash: Storage to handle today's workloads

Leveraging All-Flash Storage to Deliver Extreme Performance for Your Most Challenging Workloads

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With today’s network speeds averaging between 25 and 40GbE, most storage systems, even new clustered scale-up and out architectures, simply can’t keep up. This leads to extensive bottlenecking, stunting the development process.

Obviously, this is unacceptable. Thankfully, there’s another way.

Inside, discover how this innovative, petabyte-scale all-flash design can give you high performance for unstructured and operational data workloads in a compact storage solution. Discover the power of:

  • A 4U chassis that can contain between 62 and 792 TBs of physical flash
  • Redundant access to all flash and NVRAM
  • Linear performance increases as you populate your chassis with extra blades
  • And more
Vendor:
Pure Storage
Posted:
13 Sep 2017
Published:
13 Sep 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
14 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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