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CRN's 2019 Products Of The Year

CRN editors looked at the best new products and major updates of 2019 and then turned to solution providers to choose the winners based on technology, revenue and profit opportunities, and customer demand.

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NetApp’s AFF A800 all-flash storage array is a groundbreaking NVMe end-to-end offering that features latency of under 200 microseconds. The array supports data transfer of up to 300 Gbps and performance of up to 11.4 million IOPS in a 24-node cluster. The AFF A800 comes ready to attach to high-speed 16-Gbps and 32-Gbps Fibre Channel networks, as well as 100-Gbps Ethernet. The AFF A800 has an enhanced version of NetApp’s Active IQ web-based analytics software that provides predictive analytics for technical support based on information from the billions of data points collected from the field each day.

Subcategory Winner—Technology: IBM FlashSystem 9100

IBM launched a new version of its VersaStack converged infrastructure offering built in conjunction with Cisco that features the IBM FlashSystem 9100, IBM’s first NVMe-based storage platform. It features NVMe-over-Fibre Channel connectivity, with NVMe-overEthernet expected late this year or early 2020.

Subcategory Winner—Customer Demand: Dell EMC PowerMax 8000

Dell EMC has introduced enhancements to its flagship PowerMax line including an ability to work with the company’s Cloud Storage Services, for extending data center storage services to public clouds. Dell EMC also launched new storage-class memory technology for a major jump in performance with the PowerMax line.

Finalist: HPE Primera 600

HPE Primera brings together Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s InfoSightbased predictive analytics with the company’s highly reliable 3Par arrays. The all-flash HPE Primera brings InfoSight to on-premises environments, including to non-cloud-connected data centers, and can be installed in less than 20 minutes.

Finalist: Pure Storage FlashArray//X90

All-flash storage technology developer Pure Storage has significantly increased its FlashArray//X performance with its DirectFlash Fabric technology. DirectFlash Fabric replaces iSCSI connectivity with RDMA over converged Ethernet for up to a 50 percent reduction in latency over iSCSI, and a 20 percent performance gain over Fibre Channel.

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