Tegile improves performance of enterprise applications with T4000 Series using persistent memory



Tegile Systems, vendor of flash-driven storage arrays for databases, virtualized server and virtual desktop environments, announced Thursday its new T4000 Series of all-flash and hybrid arrays. The new arrays feature multiple classes of persistent memory, greater processing power and high density.

The T4000 Series is powered by Tegile’s IntelliFlash software architecture, a flexible operating environment designed to seamlessly store and manage data across multiple classes of persistent memory in a single storage array.

With these advancements, Tegile arrays fully support large and midsized organizations seeking faster, more efficient storage to fuel their enterprise applications. New and existing customers that deploy the T4000 Series will also gain access to the IntelliCare Operations Center, a cloud-based management portal.

The T4000 Series is managed with IntelliCare Operations Center to monitor and orchestrate on-premise storage. It includes IntelliCare Cloud Analytics, which collects millions of different data points from Tegile storage arrays around the world, including capacity usage, configurations, and system health and performance to deliver predictive support for greater customer success.

Customers with Tegile IntelliCare Lifetime Storage receive a technology refresh of their entire storage system as part of their maintenance contract, including the new T4000 Series.

Currently available, Tegile’s T4000 series offers comprehensive and cost-effective product line available that meets the needs of high-performance enterprise applications. These arrays provide 2.3 times more memory and 1.7 times more IOPS at one millisecond latency to allow enterprises to support applications with high performance requirements. A range of high density capacity options are also available in the T4000 HD product line.

“Wherever enterprises may be on the spectrum of storage needs for flash and persistent memory, Tegile has them covered,” said Rohit Kshetrapal, CEO of Tegile. “We offer flexible array configurations managed with one platform and supported with robust customer success programs, all while transitioning Capex to Opex.”

“We are on the precipice of a new storage paradigm driven by an emerging class of persistent memory technology,” said George Crump, Chief Analyst at Storage Switzerland. “Businesses will have access to immense performance gains if they can harness and take full advantage of this new product category.”

 

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