Tegile launches N-series IntelliFlash systems

The new range incorporates flash storage and NVMe in a single unit

Tegile Systems has updated its IntelliFlash range of storage with a new release, the N-series.

The N-series brings the most up-to-date flash storage systems and NVMe technology together into the IntelliFlash portfolio.

The new line has 24 NVMe NAND flash SSDs in a 2U footprint, which according to Tegile, can deliver up to three million IOPS with 200 microsecond latency. This, the company said, will allow businesses to run applications up to ten times faster than they are able to currently, while "significantly consolidating their transaction processing, analytics, databases, virtualisation and file services onto a single platform".

Rohit Kshetrapal, CEO of Tegile, said: "With the introduction of NVMe to the market, the next major battle in the enterprise storage market will be fought in the realm of persistent memory storage. This is great news for enterprises, who will see a massive uptick of innovation that ultimately helps them do business better and faster.

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"Tegile is the only company that offers NVMe-based all-flash arrays, with a full suite of data management services across both block and file interfaces. This means companies can accelerate a wide range of applications today and leapfrog their competition."

IntelliFlash N-series is available immediately through the company's channel partners.

Main image credit: Tegile Systems

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