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90% of British, French, and German IT decision makers say flash-based object storage will replace primary storage to fuel AI, ML and other emerging applications Posted: 07/07/2021
90% of British, French, and German IT decision makers say flash-based object storage will replace primary storage to fuel AI, ML and other emerging applications

Scality today announced the results of an independent survey completed by IT decision makers across the UK, France and Germany. It revealed a fundamental shift in the industry towards flash-based object storage to fuel artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), automation, and big data analytics in place of other forms of primary storage. All-flash object storage provides comprehensive data protection of and rapid access to massive volumes of unstructured data, powering the heavy workloads of these digital business initiatives.


Tags: Scality | data storage | data management | primary storage | all-flash | file | object | multi-cloud | hybrid cloud | AI | ML
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Scality RING8 on All-Flash Delivers File and Object Storage Performance 10x Faster Than Competitive Solutions Posted: 15/09/2020
Scality RING8 on All-Flash Delivers File and Object Storage Performance 10x Faster Than Competitive Solutions

Scality today announced a 10x performance leap over competitive solutions with its all-flash RING for scale-out file and object storage software, and unveiled new capabilities in the latest release of its flagship RING8 platform. Scality RING customers gain the all-flash advantage with the industry’s only solution to support both scale-out file and object storage on a single platform.

Tags: Scality | All-Flash | Data Storage
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NetApp Featured Products at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 15/02/2017
NetApp Featured Products at the 2017 NAB Show

New All-Flash FAS (AFF) and Hybrid FAS Systems

With the recently announced generation of AFF and hybrid FAS systems, NetApp enterprise storage has surpassed proprietary media storage in the value it provides broadcast and media companies. The ONTAP(R) 9 operating system, running on the recently released AFF and hybrid FAS systems, can now deliver many gigabytes per second of video throughput in a single container scaling to many petabytes. 
Tags: NetApp | 2017 NAB Show | All-Flash FAS | AFF | Hybrid FAS | ONTAP | mature | data management | operating system | storage | workloads | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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