According to a new press release, “DriveScale, the leader in delivering Composable Infrastructure for data-intensive workloads and a 2018 Cool Vendor by Gartner for Cloud Infrastructure, today announced the next evolution of its flagship DriveScale Composable Platform, which now includes support for NVMe over TCP. With DriveScale’s new release, enterprise organizations now have access to the latest NVMe standard, which directly addresses the needs of big data and machine learning applications that require higher performance from their storage solutions. By offering a software-only solution that supports NVMe over TCP, DriveScale is helping customers stay ahead of the curve as legacy infrastructure solutions struggle to adapt to modern workloads.”
The release goes on, “Companies today have the ability to use advanced analytics to inform business strategy, streamline operations, identify fraud and engage in real time with customers to impact company growth, across any industry. McKinsey reports that machine learning, deep learning and other advanced analytics will unlock up to $15 trillion in value annually across all industries. To unlock this value, IT teams are storing more data and need to find solutions that scale compute and storage seamlessly and at the same time are still cost-effective.”
Denise Shiffman, Chief Product Officer at DriveScale, commented, “The demand for data analytics workloads is increasing at a rate far outpacing IT budget growth driving IT organizations to find new ways to better utilize their compute and storage resources. With DriveScale composable software, IT gains the advantages of cloud infrastructure in their own data center giving them a highly flexible solution that costs 50 percent less than what they deploy today… DriveScale composes compute resources with NVMe SSD storage which is then delivered over a standard Ethernet network fabric. The addition of standard TCP will enable broad deployment of composable NVMe in any data center.”
Read more at PR Newswire.
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