Western Digital Expands Its Data Center Systems Portfolio Into Japan
Western Digital today announced that its family of IntelliFlash™ NVMe™ all-flash arrays and hybrid flash arrays are now available in Japan through the company’s channel partner network. This market expansion adds to Western Digital Data Center Systems (DCS) group’s steady growth and momentum as it delivers innovative and vertically integrated solutions — from silicon to systems — helping customers worldwide to protect, mobilize, transform, and extract the full value of their data. The IntelliFlash family further strengthens Western Digital’s position in the market and adds to DCS’ growing portfolio of ActiveScale™ object storage systems, OpenFlex™ NVMe-over-Fabrics (NVMe-oF™) composable infrastructure, and its family of Ultrastar® storage servers and platforms
IntelliFlash NVMe, All-flash Array, and Hybrid Flash Family
Western Digital’s IntelliFlash family provides turnkey solutions for customers seeking the combination of high performance, massive data consolidation, built-in disaster prevention, and simplified data management. The family includes one of the first unified, NVMe flash arrays, the IntelliFlash N-Series, which leverages the speed and efficiency of NVMe to deliver up to 3x the performance of non-NVMe all-flash arrays, with latency as low as 200 microseconds. All IntelliFlash arrays place fast data across multiple grades of flash storage media for maximum performance acceleration and consistent responsiveness. With an extensive set of data services powered by IntelliFlash OS 3.9, including inline compression and deduplicatiohttps://www.gadget-rumours.com/how-to-install-couchdb-on-ubuntu-18-04/n, along with native support for SAN and NAS protocols, IntelliFlash arrays have been deployed at thousands of customer sites worldwide to accelerate applications common in transaction processing, real-time analytics, databases, virtualization, and file services workloads. The IntelliFlash family comes in a range of effective capacity points up to 1.3PB1,2.
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