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Performance At All Costs: 11 Speedy All-Flash Arrays

If performance is the key requirement for an application's storage, nothing today beats high-performance all-flash arrays.

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EMC XtremIO

EMC in 2013 introduced its first all-flash array based on its 2012 acquisition of startup XtremIO, and followed up with a new entry-level configuration, the Starter X-Brick, that the company said offers the same performance and data services of its standard XtremIO nodes but can be purchased with as little as 5 TB of flash storage capacity vs. 10 TB or 20 TB for standard X-Bricks. Up to six XtremIO X-Bricks can now be clustered together vs. the previous four.

EMC also added space-efficient snapshot capabilities for both the data and the metadata stored on XtremIO X-Bricks, as well as data at rest encryption and inline compression.

 
 
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