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The 10 Top SSD And Flash Storage Products Of 2018 (So Far)

Flash storage is taking over the data center, with NVMe arrays and SSDs from vendors such as NetApp, Dell EMC, and Samsung leading the charge.

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Pure Storage FlashArray//X

Pure Storage used its Pure//Accelerate conference this Spring to introduce the FlashArray//X family of arrays based on end-to-end NVMe shared storage. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company's all-NVMe FlashArray//X family features five configurations, from the NVMe-ready //X10 for small application deployments to the all-NVMe //X90 with up to 3 petabytes of effective capacity in a 2U footprint with a latency of as low as 250 microseconds and the ability to unite SAN and DAS into a single, consolidated, and shared data-centric architecture.

Pure Storage also updated its Purity Operating Environment, with version 5.1 available as a non-disruptive upgrade for all FlashArray//M and FlashArray//X customers to increase data reduction by up to 20 percent. And, like all Pure Storage FlashArray//X arrays, it is built on the company's Evergreen Storage architecture for non-disruptive upgrades over time.

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