2017/02/08

Eliminating Storage Bottlenecks -- The New Imperative

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Eliminating Storage Bottlenecks -- The New Imperative
Eliminating Storage Bottlenecks — The New Imperative
In recent years, the rates of compute and network performance have outpaced storage. Unfortunately, most storage architectures are nothing more than derivatives of older legacy designs. As a result, storage has become the primary bottleneck. In this age of applications, eliminating the storage bottleneck has become an imperative for customers looking to continue working with ground-breaking designs, discovery, and research with their applications. Check out this upcoming webinar to learn why data storage management will continue to require more and more speed and how flash can provide that performance.
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