GUEST RESEARCH: Pure Storage, the IT pioneer that delivers storage as-a-service in a multi-cloud world, has announced it has been positioned by Gartner as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for distributed file systems and object storage for both its completeness of vision and ability to execute in the rapidly growing storage market for unstructured data.
Storage-as-a-service provider Pure Storage has announced its Pure Fusion storage-as-code platform and the Portworx Data Services database-as-a-service platform.
Online business technology review site TrustRadius has recognised both Pure Storage FlashArray and FlashBlade as 2021 Top Rated Award winners for the second year in a row.
Storage and data management vendor Pure Storage has announced improvements to its Pure1 software, along with an upgrade for Portworx Enterprise that delivers true storage as code.
Storage specialist Pure Storage's FlashBlade product has achieved year-on-year growth every quarter since it was unveiled five years ago, and the unified fast file and object storage system is now approaching US$1 billion in sales after four years of general availability.
Storage vendor Pure Storage has announced updated Purity software for its FlashBlade and FlashArray storage units, along with a new capacity-optimised FlashArray model.
Storage vendor Pure Storage's FlashBlade product has been designated as AWS Outposts Ready by Amazon Web Services.
Storage vendor Pure Storage has released Purity 3.0 for FlashBlade, the operating software for its scale-out file and object storage system.
Following the announcement of its first Airi (AI-Ready Infrastructure) system earlier this year, Pure Storage has revealed a second, smaller model intended to make AI systems accessible to an even wider audience.
Pure Storage is taking aim at the unstructured data and big data markets with a new model designed to take on and beat legacy scale-out architectures.
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