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- 13 August 2014 11:05
Nimble Storage Extends Industry-Leading Performance Efficiency with New Adaptive Flash Arrays
Sydney, 13 August 2014 – Nimble Storage (NYSE: NMBL), the flash storage solutions company, today announced upgrades to its CS-Series arrays with the introduction of two new families: CS300 and CS500. The new families, like Nimble’s high-end CS700 array, leverage the company’s unique Adaptive Flash CPU-driven architecture and the newest version of Intel’s high-performance CPU architecture. The new arrays deliver 50 percent more performance than the CS200 and CS400 families that they are replacing.
The CS-Series arrays leverage Nimble’s Adaptive Flash platform, providing enterprises with the ability to scale performance and capacity independently. The Adaptive Flash platform is based on Nimble’s patented Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout (CASL™) architecture, and InfoSight™, the company’s automated cloud-based management and support system. Like the recently announced CS700, the CS300 and CS500 arrays can be combined with Nimble’s All-Flash Shelf to support tens of terabytes of flash in a scale-out cluster. Nimble’s Adaptive Flash platform eliminates performance and capacity tradeoffs, providing the performance of flash-only arrays and the capacity of hybrid arrays.
In addition to providing increased performance density in the existing 3U form factor, the arrays offer 10Gbase-T, GbE, and GbE SFP+ networking connectivity, and the ability to interchange connectivity in the future. Customers are also able to take advantage of Nimble’s newly introduced configure-to-order system. The ordering scheme gives customers the flexibility to choose the exact configurations of networking, and flash and drive capacity for their workloads.
“We strive to create a consistent enterprise-class experience across our entire product line,“ said Ajay Singh, vice president of product management at Nimble Storage. “We have developed a platform that adapts as customers consolidate multiple types of workloads with varying performance and capacity demands. The introduction of the Sandy Bridge CPU architecture into our mainstream products expands our ability to address the needs of our customers.”
“Nimble’s Adaptive Flash platform is a highly flexible architecture that is designed to provide industry-leading price/performance benefits to its customers. The approach meshes well with growing end-user demands for a single, scalable storage platform that is future-proofed to meet changing IT needs. By incorporating its innovative technologies across its entire – and now expanded - product line, Nimble’s impressive business growth looks set to continue,” said Mark Peters, senior analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group.
The Nimble Storage CS300 and CS500 are now generally available.
Nimble Storage Resources
• Nimble Storage Website - http://www.nimblestorage.com
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About Nimble Storage
Nimble Storage (NYSE: NMBL) is redefining the storage market with its Adaptive Flash platform. Nimble’s flash storage solutions enable the consolidation of all workloads and eliminate storage silos by providing enterprises with significant improvements in application performance and storage capacity. At the same time, Nimble delivers superior data protection, while simplifying business operations and lowering costs. At the core of the Adaptive Flash platform is Nimble’s patented Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout (CASL™) architecture, and InfoSight™, its automated cloud-based management and support system, that maintains storage systems in peak health. More than 3,000 enterprises, governments, and service providers across 37 countries have deployed Nimble’s flash storage solutions. For more information about Nimble Storage, visit www.nimblestorage.com and follow us on Twitter: @nimblestorage.
Nimble Storage, the Nimble Storage logo, CASL, InfoSight, SmartStack and NimbleConnect are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nimble Storage. Other trade names or words used in this document are the properties of their respective owners.
Any unreleased services, features or functions referenced in this document, our website or other press releases or public statements that are not currently available are subject to change at Nimble Storage's discretion and may not be delivered as planned or at all. Customers who purchase Nimble Storage’s products and services should make their purchase decisions based upon services, features and functions that are currently available.
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