V-Series NVMe storage platform has been architected for fast application response with low latency rates and higher performance even during peak processing times. The difference is the Flash Fabric Architecture that gives the V-Series high bandwidth and IOPs at consistent low latencies. The V-Series utilizes true active/active controllers for increased performance and delivers superior application availability and resiliency with 99.9999% uptime.
"V-Series storage platform combines ease of deployment, reliability, and unsurpassed performance. We replaced nearly all of our legacy disk array architectures with V-Series."VP, Systems Administration
V-Series delivers high bandwidth and IOPs at consistent low latencies so the fastest response times are delivered even during peak processing.
True active/active controllers increase performance and deliver superior application availability and resiliency with 99.9999% uptime.
The simplified web-based management UI is customizable, manages multiple systems, and delivers the in-depth performance metrics and predictive analytics.
The V-Series, with the newly announced V1000 SE and existing V1000 XE model, helps businesses of all sizes achieve the fastest application response times even during peak processing, increase application availability and resiliency, and ensure protection from local or remote outages.
The enterprise growth of NVMe is driven by the demands of high-performance applications such as big data analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, OLTP and data warehousing and their need for high-speed, low-latency access to storage media. The V-Series delivers with the V1000 SE and V1000 XE deliver the exact same NVMe capabilities but are sized for larger and smaller capacity requirements.
The V-Series NVMe storage platform is a high performance, cost-effective solution that delivers consistently low latency rates for the fastest response times even during peak processing.
Cloud Propellor utilizes all-flash NVMe to ensure performance, reliability and affordability of public cloud services.