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Kaminario Announces New Class of All-flash Storage Solutions Based on NVMe

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Kaminario, a leading all-flash storage company, today announced two new products – Kaminario K2.N™ and Kaminario Flex™.  K2.N is an extension of Kaminario’s all-flash array platform leveraging the high performance of emerging NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) technologies and Flex is a platform for managing and orchestrating composable storage infrastructure. ‘SaaS businesses and on-demand applications are driving the need for cloud-scale data center infrastructure optimized for advanced analytics, dynamic workloads and user experience,’ said Eyal David, chief technology officer, Kaminario. ‘Modern IT organizations are seeking storage solutions that can be optimized for specific applications while delivering the flexibility of the public cloud. K2.N and Flex leverage emerging NVMe technologies to deliver both increased performance and a new level of scalability and flexibility’.”

The release goes on, “Kaminario was recently recognized by Gartner for achieving the highest score for Online Transaction Processing, Analytics and High Performance Computing. These new offerings build on Kaminario’s established technology while leveraging the vast potential of NVMe and NVMe over Fabric (NVMeF)… K2.N is a true scale-out, active-active storage array with NVMe drives and a backend based on converged ethernet and NVMeF. K2.N supports NVMeF, fibre channel and iSCSI front-end connections. Powered by key enhancements to Kaminario VisionOS™, K2.N supports the same set of enterprise-class data services as K2 Gen6, Kaminario’s sixth generation all-flash array platform. This includes industry-leading data reduction and native data protection features.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Kaminario

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