This morning we announced our fastest, densest and most flexible lineup of IntelliFlash™ all-flash arrays, the new OS 3.10, and some powerful features to make scaling and data protection easy. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Technology isn’t just helping to create immersive learning experiences, it’s providing a feedback loop to educators and institutions like the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute in California that helps them understand and serve students better.
Whether you’re actively contributing to the autonomous future, being an avid follower of the automotive industry, or only a car driver, one thing is clear – the industry is undergoing massive changes that impact everything from manufacturing and global economics to what we expect from a driving experience.
To keep up with today’s high-performance servers supporting hundreds, if not thousands, of virtual workloads and critical business applications, today’s system design and next generation data centers will require data infrastructure that can transfer data in better ways. One of these evolutions that’s happening right now is NVMe™ – taking enterprise storage from a slow two-lane country road powered by SAS and SATA to a fast 12-lane divided highway driven by Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) – to deliver the infrastructure your business needs to stay relevant.