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Tegile Systems, a leading provider of persistent memory storage solutions for databases, virtualized and containerized environments, today announced its N Series. This new line of unified, all-flash storage arrays is designed to exponentially accelerate enterprise applications by incorporating the latest generation of solid state media with NVMe technology into Tegile’s portfolio of IntelliFlash storage systems.
The NVMe market is expected to be valued at over $57 billion by 2020. This is largely driven by the increased pressure that today’s businesses face for speed and performance. NVMe is poised to help companies achieve the full performance benefits of their flash storage arrays. According to Gartner, "I&O leaders focused on modernizing infrastructure for performance-sensitive workloads should initiate NVMe-based deployments by selecting business-critical applications that can take advantage of dramatic improvements in performance – addressing input/output operations per second, bandwidth and latency."
"We are seeing enterprise buyers prioritize initiatives to future-proof their infrastructure with storage technology capable of accelerating both their current and next-generation applications," said Ulrich Hansen, Vice President of Enterprise SSD marketing for Western Digital. "Powered by HGST Ultrastar NVMe SSDs, Tegile N Series system offers customers a scalable platform of high performance storage based on Western Digital’s NAND flash technology.”
The N Series line of all-flash storage arrays delivers a powerful combination of high performance and dense capacity, with a full breadth of data management services. The all-NVMe, dual-controller system has 24 NVMe NAND flash SSDs in a 2U footprint capable of delivering up to 3M IOPS with consistent 200 microsecond latency. As a result, businesses can accelerate enterprise applications tenfold while significantly consolidating their transaction processing, analytics, databases, virtualization, and file services onto a single platform.
“With the introduction of NVMe to the market, the next major battle in the enterprise storage market will be fought in the realm of persistent memory storage. This is great news for enterprises, who will see a massive uptick of innovation that ultimately helps them do business better and faster,” said Rohit Kshetrapal, CEO of Tegile. “Tegile is the only company that offers NVMe-based all-flash arrays, with a full suite of data management services across both block and file interfaces. This means companies can accelerate a wide range of applications today and leapfrog their competition.”
The Tegile IntellFlash N Series will be generally available in Q4 2017 through Tegile Systems’ global channel partner network. For more information, visit www.tegile.com/nvme-array. If you’re attending VMworld 2017, visit Tegile at Booth #633 for a demonstration of the IntelliFlash N Series.
About Tegile Systems
Tegile Systems is pioneering a new generation of persistent-memory storage solutions that deliver exceptional performance and economics for a wide range of enterprise applications. With Tegile’s line of unified all-flash and hybrid storage arrays, enterprise customers are running their mission-critical applications at the speed of memory while significantly consolidating their transaction processing, analytics, databases, virtualization, and file services onto a single platform.
Tegile’s patented IntelliFlash™ technology accelerates performance with storage-class memory and enables inline deduplication and compression of data so each array has a usable capacity far greater than its raw capacity. Featuring both NAS and SAN connectivity, Tegile arrays are easy to use, fully redundant and highly scalable. They come complete with built-in snapshot, remote-replication, near-instant recovery, onsite or offsite failover, and VM-aware features. Additional information is available at www.tegile.com. Follow Tegile on Twitter @tegile.
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