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NetApp turns the crank on E-Series all-flash system

The NetApp E Series now includes EF560 all-flash with 1.6 TB to speed database workloads, while the E5600 hybrid system scales to 2.3 PB of flash and hard-disk drive storage.


X-IO ISE arrays add flash, VM management

The third generation of X-IO ISE self-healing nodes include more flash, VMware integration and storage capabilities such as thin provisioning and quality of service.


NexGen Storage upgrades N5 hybrid arrays with more flash

NexGen Storage jumps back into crowded hybrid-array market with beefed-up N5 platform, quality-of-service software for optimizing PCIe flash.


Dell flash storage includes two new cheaper entry models

Dell ships two entry-level all-flash storage arrays with advertised street prices of $25,000 and $35,000 to address customer concerns about cost.

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