DataCore har satt ny verdensrekord

7 januari 2016

DataCore har satt ny verdensrekord ved undersøkelse av pris / ytelse av SPC-en benchmark.

Konkurrentene er ikke i nærheten av DataCore takket være sin Parallell I/O.
Les mer på linkene nedenfor:

SPC executive summary for DataCore
Infographic: DataCore shatters the world record for price performance the rebirth of parallel I/O (by John Webster)
Watch the SPC-1 results announcement webinar
The register: DataCore’s benchmarks for SANsymphony-V hit a record high note (by Chris Mellor) Software Defined Storage meets Parallel I/O (by George Crump)
One minute video snapshot: DataCore CEO describes Parallel I/O (by George Teixeira)
theCUBE: DataCore customer and CEO
TechTarget, SearchStorage: Is parallel I/O suitable for mission-critical applications? (by Jon Toigo)


"Why did the DataCore system perform so well? It has an Adaptive Parallel IO feature in SANsymphony-V v10.00, which has the server processor's cores running IO in parallel instead of queuing them up through a single core."

About DataCore

DataCore is the leading provider of Software-Defined Storage and Adaptive Parallel I/O Software – harnessing today’s powerful and cost-efficient server platforms to solve the IT industry’s biggest storage problem, the I/O bottleneck. The company’s comprehensive and flexible storage virtualization and hyper-converged virtual SAN solutions free users from the pain of labor-intensive storage management and provide customers true independence from storage solution vendors that cannot offer a hardware agnostic architecture.

DataCore's Software-Defined Storage platforms revolutionize storage infrastructure and serve as the cornerstone of the next-generation software-defined data center – delivering greater value, performance, availability and simplicity.


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