not really a SAN?
I mean if they can't get something basic such as full redundancy between a pair of DL370 servers, need to have at least the controller level redundancy, online firmware upgrades, etc. Doesn't really sound like a storage system, more like just a server with a buncha flash. I suppose you could get a pair of them and run software RAID between the two from upstream servers but sounds kinda hackish and not efficient.
Even if you don't have data management features like thin provisioning, you have to at least have some form of controller level availability, even if it's optional(with 3PAR it's not), if your going to call yourself a storage array.
Maybe if they took the concept and used one of those PCIe extender bus things that Dell came out with a while ago
put the fusion cards in something like that, figure out a way to connect it to two different servers simultaneously, with some sort of fail over or clustering. Even something really basic as active/passive.
looks like a cool product otherwise though.
For some perspective - the All SSD 3PAR P10k consumes 3 racks of equipment - vs this is 2U.