The flash storage provider debuts new solid-state drives for IT systems that need to fetch data faster for efficient access to "read intensive" workloads.
The news in the storage business, and in SSD in particular, has been remarkably volatile as of late.
The new OceanStor 18000 series is aimed at an HPC community that is increasingly moving toward cloud architectures.
Company touts its new SFA12KX series systems as big on IOPS but small in data center real estate.
Company announces Symphony 2.0 with PCIe support along with the availability of its new 6224 array, which sports 19nm NAND flash chips.
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