Violin Memory Inc today publicized its 6264 flash Memory Array, which is considered to be the next generation of flash memory storage that almost offers up to 64 TB of capacity in a simple 3U footprint. With the release of this device, Violin has once again set a standard for price performance economics. By combining industry leading flash controller technology with Toshiba’s latest generation of 19nm flash technology, Violin is all set to deliver the best performance. According to the company sources, it has the capacity to perform twice the density and three times the economics of its forerunner, while at the same time staying minimum on power consumption.
Violin Symphony Data Mangaement System
Symphony is actually responsible for unifying and making the management simpler of petabytes of flash storage among hundreds of Violin flash Memory Arrays. Symphony is easy to organize and is compatible with a wide collection of devices starting from smart phones, to tablets and PCs. Data center operators are capable of measuring application performance, monitor storage usage and track service level trends using modified dashboards on any cellular device. Symphony’s includes a built-in advanced analytics engine which takes care of the insights including different health and performance aspects of Violin flash Memory Arrays. At the same time it also offers proactive, real-time alerts on numerous storage metrics facilitating, monitoring and management on the move.
If you are eagerly waiting for live demos, you can visit Violin Memory at VMworld (booth no. 605) beginning August 26, 2013.