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Storage for High-performance Computing

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Making the Right Flash Memory Storage Array Buying Decision

Similar to the transition from physical to virtual data center infrastructures, a transformation from HDD-based storage arrays to all-flash arrays is underway. The difference being that this time organizations will rarely be able to trial host their 2nd and 3rd tier applications on all-flash storage arrays.

This makes the storage array buying decision even more difficult. Should you stick with proven, HDD-based arrays or implement an all-flash storage array that prepares you for the future?

This resource highlights a next-gen, all-flash storage array architecture that delivers the performance that flash has to offer and facilitates the non-disruptive introduction of real-time, inline deduplication into production environments as well as other necessary storage management technologies to optimize available flash capacity.

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