flash optimization

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By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Nov 08, 2016
Dell EMC Unity, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, delivers the ultimate in All-Flash storage simplicity and value to speed deployment, streamline management and seamlessly extend the data storage to the cloud. Unity’s All-Flash platform is simple, modern, exible, and aordable—easy to setup and manage, optimized SSD performance and eciency, includes multiple deployment options, and comes with cloud-enabled storage management to keep you connected.
Tags : ssd, storage, cloud, management, flash optimization, scalability
     Dell EMC
By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Feb 23, 2017
Looking for an All-Flash platform that’s simple, modern, flexible, and offers a low TCO? Dell EMC’s Unity platform, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, is easy to setup and manage, offers affordable flash optimization, and creates an efficient way to enjoy cloud-enabled storage management. Get the details in this infographic, then check out the All-Flash Storage Simulator.
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     Dell EMC
By: NetApp     Published Date: Sep 24, 2013
"Flash technology is becoming more prominent in the storage industry. Offering superior speed and reliability when compared to traditional hard disk drives – flash storage is a flexible and increasingly cost-effective technology that can be used to optimize enterprise storage environments. This ebook explores the many uses and benefits of flash storage technology in the enterprise. Check it out to discover and learn all you need to: * Optimize storage performance * Leverage server flash as storage cache * Reduce the footprint of your storage infrastructure in the data center "
Tags : flash technology, storage industry, superior speed, cost effective, cloud, optimization, storage cache, data center
     NetApp
By: HP     Published Date: Nov 05, 2014
In this ESG white paper, the capabilities and common characteristics of flash implementations are categorized as “bronze”-, “silver”-, and “gold”-type approaches, depending on the degree to which they enable fully featured storage systems. It evaluates how HP’s storage delivers the basics and follows with a series of flash-specific optimizations and advances that we’ll call “gold standard” flash capabilities, after which it hints at HP’s vision of the future for their flash storage architecture. Throughout the paper, the importance of both IT architecture and business implications is emphasized. Download this whitepaper now.
Tags : data center, change management, data management, storage space, storage criteria, storeserv, tier-1, market report
     HP
By: HP     Published Date: Jul 22, 2014
In this ESG white paper, the capabilities and common characteristics of flash implementations are categorized as “bronze”-, “silver”-, and “gold”-type approaches, depending on the degree to which they enable fully featured storage systems. It evaluates how HP’s storage delivers the basics and follows with a series of flash-specific optimizations and advances that we’ll call “gold standard” flash capabilities, after which it hints at HP’s vision of the future for their flash storage architecture. Throughout the paper, the importance of both IT architecture and business implications is emphasized.
Tags : tier-1, storage, data, flash, storage system, data center
     HP
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