World News: 13:00 GMT Tuesday 14th January 2020. [Pavilion via Businesswire via SPi World News]
Pavilion, the leader in NVMe-Over-Fabrics, announced today that its Hyperparallel Flash Array has been selected as a finalist in the 18th annual Storage magazine and SearchStorageEntries were judged on the following criteria: performance, innovation, ease of integration, ease of use and manageability, functionality and value.
The article highlights Pavilion’s “fabric-centered approach to delivering storage, providing separate I/O channels for each CPU in the data plane.” It also elaborates on the “16 million 4K IOPS at less than 1-millisecond latency in a half-populated array,” mentioning that “hardware flexibility and no forklift upgrades are nice as well.”
This is the second year for Pavilion as a finalist for this award; the current recognition is forannounced in the fall of 2019. “It’s an honor to be recognized by Storage magazine and SearchStorage two years in a row,” said Gurpreet Singh, Pavilion CEO. “The article brings greater visibility for the unmatched performance density we offer customers. The recognition also highlights OpenChoice, Pavilion’s customer-centric approach for media selection, which brings unprecedented flexibility and choice to customers’ environments.”
Pavilion is the inventor of the world’s first Hyperparallel Flash Array. Built for NVMe from the ground up, Pavilion brings unprecedented scalability, unmatched performance density and an OpenChoice of NVMe SSDs and NVMe-oF topologies. Across a variety of industries, Pavilion has a proven solution that brings scale-up and scale-out storage to organizations worldwide. To find out more, visitor follow the company on Twitter at .
Business Wire: 13:00 GMT Tuesday 14th January 2020
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