IntelliFlash hybrid array eliminates legacy SAS shortcomings
Western Digital IntelliFlash Adds NVMe and SAS Storage to Its Lineup
For some, NVMe flash is viewed as the eventual successor to systems that use SAS and SATA SSDs—and in the driver’s seat of this transition is the shift from traditional applications to scale-out, cloud-based apps that require instantaneous access for millions of users.
Recognizing this mission-critical need for latency and the shortcomings of legacy SAS, Western Digital recently revamped its IntelliFlash storage by adding an NVMe all-flash building block and a higher-capacity hybrid SAS array. Read this expert guide to learn more about these developments.