Accelerating beyond all-flash
All-flash was an evolution that brought significant performance gains for shared storage. But the need to drive more business insights and respond faster to customers pushes against the limits of all-flash storage. Predictable, ultra-low latency at scale requires a reimagination of enterprise storage to unleash the next generation of innovation.
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HPE Memory-Driven Flash is the first enterprise storage that takes advantage of the disruptive speed of memory. Available for the world’s most intelligent storage.1 HPE Memory-Driven Flash combines software intelligence, storage class memory (SCM) and non-volatile memory express (NVMe) for never-before-seen application performance, up to 50% faster than all-flash arrays with NVMe SSDs.2
Memory-driven flash is the biggest breakthrough in storage in 25 years and is the beginning of an industry shift to memory-driven storage. HPE leadership is disrupting architectural paradigms and making the speed of memory practical for everyone. HPE Memory-Driven Flash is built on HPE 3PAR and HPE Nimble Storage which easily adapt to new technologies for always-modern storage.
Enterprise storage evolves beyond All Flash with Storage-Class Memory, unleashing a new generation of innovation
Discover why businesses undergoing digital transformation need storage technologies beyond all flash. This IDC white paper takes a look at the evolving enterprise storage market and which workloads tend to require low latency and very high throughput and bandwidth, and gives a brief overview of one of the first enterprise storage offerings based around these technologies, HPE Memory-Driven Flash.
- Deterministic low latency at high IOPS intensity
- True enterprise-class shared storage solution
- Mature storage tiering technology
2 Based on internal testing of HPE 3PAR compared to published latency values from Dell PowerMax as of November 26, 2018.
3 Available for 3PAR in December 2018 and targeted for HPE Nimble Storage by mid-2019.
9 HPE Business White paper "Redefining the standard for system availability", August 2017
11 IDC WW Disk Storage Systems Tracker CQ4 2016, March 2017
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