The industry’s "only complete migration solution from Flash or Flex-based applications, including real-time media, to modern platforms that modernises your brand’s UI, look and feel to current standards" has launched, promising to give "businesses a boost with an array of advantages including speed, security, accessibility, and next-gen UI standards, preserving valuable IP while upgrading it for the Net of tomorrow."
If you feel the need, the need for storage speed, Samsung is top gunning for the competition by being first to use the Toggle DDR 4.0 interface, with a 30% improvement in write speed over the previous generation.
Pure Storage says its new FlashArray//X series provides higher performance at the same cost per effective gigabyte as the previous FlashArray//M series, and is suited to all types of workloads.
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