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RAID

abbreviation for redundant array of inexpensive disks, a computer data storage system with rapid access time and enhanced fault tolerance.
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Simplified Management: VMAX3 All Flash Array has helped NBK to simplify management of its storage environment by consolidating the high volume of application services into a particular storage system, resulting in a simpler infrastructure to support business operations.
Dual flash array in-system programming and EEPROM emulation frees up more RAM for the application and eliminates the need for external EEPROM.
8220;From raw performance to VDI and virtual machine testing, the Fusion ioControl hybrid flash array delivered higher performance and scalability than the hybrid SSD array, showcasing that ioControl provides an excellent choice for companies evaluating hybrid flash solutions for their datacenter.
ViSX outperformed the all flash array from the large public storage vendor by over 100%, with a configuration that was less than 20% of the cost.
The VMAX 250F leverages Dell EMCs experience of developing enterprise-scale VMAX All Flash arrays to deliver a high performance system that meets the specifications of organizations with enterprise-class standards and midmarket budgets.
IDC added that, though the flash array market was once
The battle between all flash and hybrid flash array
By using the capabilities of lower latency, higher performance and support for NVMe in the dual port versions of our Intel Datacenter SSD family for PCIe, Huawei is able to address growing enterprise storage requirements for reliability, speed and efficiency in their new all Flash array solution, said Greg Matson, Intel Director, SSD Datacenter Planning and Marketing.
AHA Products Group (AHA), a recognized technology leader in data compression technology, announced today that Juan Deaton, Research Scientist with AHA, will present "Improving All Flash Array Performance with Data Compression Accelerators" at the Flash Memory Summit.