Behold VSP: Hitachi has updated its USP-V enterprise storage array to produce the Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) claiming it is a single platform for managing block, file and content data. Hitachi claims the VSP delivers the best performance and capacity levels combined with the lowest power and lower cooling requirements. The …
Just two minor corrections.
1- It can support up to 247 PB of storage (but who's quibbling over a few PBs eh?).
2- Currently only 146 GB 15k rpm 2.5" drives are available. Higher capacity 2.5" drives are 10k rpm. Hopefully vendors will announce higher-spinning drives.
I may be wrong, but I thought EMC has not launched FAST v2 yet? What HDT (Dynamic Tiering) does now (block-based automated tiering)?
AC - well.....
Oh dear, today's presentation didn't sync with the technical presentation. 255 PB or 247 PB? That is the question.
But again, I've never seen any USP V systems hitting 247 PB :P.
They appear to have made big improvements on the software side of things, always something they managed to fall down spectacularly on. I never thought I'd see anything as bloated and clunky as EMC ControlCentre - until I had to work with Hitachi Command Suite.
The hardware is never less than spectacular, solid as a rock. Wouldn't get much more than the door of the cabinet for $234,000.
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