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ChannelCast: A Primer on HPE Primera

You’ve got a lot of data, but where you should put it?



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You don’t want to spend a lot of money on data storage, but you can’t afford to spend a lot of time retrieving it, either.

Data storage hierarchy accounts for this. The lower the storage tier number, the more important the data. 

There’s Tier 4 storage (think public cloud) that might involve archiving email for compliance purposes, all the way down to Tier 0 storage (solid state storage) that’s often transactional data that demands high levels of performance.

There’s a huge market opportunity for Tier 0 storage, which is faster (and generally more expensive) than the lower levels of the storage hierarchy.

The all-flash array market was valued at $5.9 billion in 2018, but is expected to skyrocket all the way to $17.8 billion in 2023. That’s a 24% compound annual growth rate, according to Markets and Markets.

Clearly, there’s a lot more than just flash in the all-flash array market.

Join Tech Data and The Channel Company to find out how to give your customers their part of the flashy all-flash array market.

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