NVMe over Ethernet (NoE) vs. traditional all-flash arrays

How Does the ADS1000 Differ from Traditional All Flash Arrays?

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As applications focused on operational intelligence began to prove their business value, users demanded more complex queries spanning ever-growing data sets. Scale-out architectures, compelling for their simplicity and cost, were beginning to show serious deficiencies when scaled to 10’s or 100’s of teraBytes.

By downloading this paper, you’ll learn about a fully networked, scalable NVMe over Ethernet architecture—ADS1000—that dismantles these inefficiencies. Read on to discover how these SSDs:  

  • Compare to traditional SAN dual-controller architecture
  • Provide over 95GB/s of throughput in each ADS unit
  • Solve the performance issues inherent to captive storage
  • And more 
Vendor:
Apeiron Data Systems, Inc.
Posted:
26 Sep 2017
Published:
26 Sep 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
4 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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