New Flash and Hybrid Solutions from Hitachi Data Systems Signal the Beginning as Companies Move Towards Solid-State Storage Technology
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) announced the first wave of solutions in its new expanded flash portfolio, while promising unmatched performance, automation, and resiliency that is more economical than legacy, disk-based technology.
The new portfolio now includes a new and expanded lineup of all-flash and hybrid flash arrays, performance optimization software, and data analytics capabilities. They include the new all-flash Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) F series, enhanced models of the Hitachi VSP G series, and next-generation Hitachi flash modules with inline data compression (FMD DC2).
Also in the lineup are enhanced Hitachi Automation Director and Hitachi Data Center Analytics tools.
“With the best flash solutions for solving today’s IT infrastructure needs and a clear capability to help design flash for use cases of the future, Hitachi is a partner you need on this journey. With our broad portfolio of flash solutions and advanced, patented technology, Hitachi is your trusted partner to accelerate business outcomes with an all-Flash, software-defined infrastructure that eliminates slowdowns and accelerates your time to market,” said Wee Kai Teck, Managing Director of Hitachi Data Systems Malaysia.
The Hitachi VSP family – VSP F400, F600 and F800 – offers 1.4M IOPS and the industry’s only 100-percent data availability guarantee, while the new FMD DC2 drives deliver improved response times and in a parallelized
DECEMBER 2015 architecture, it delivers up to five times more write IOPS and three times more read IOPS than standard solid-state drives (SSDs).
These technologies are coupled with Hitachi Data Center Analytics, which is touted as the most efficient and scalable analytics software in the industry. It provides customers with the tools to strategically position their flash investments across multi-vendor hardware environments with granular performance monitoring and analysis at scale.
Wee Kai Teck, Managing Director of Hitachi Data Systems Malaysia.