Nimbus Data has increased the capacity of its Gemini flash arrays by stuffing more smaller flash chips in them; we're talking 48TB in 2U, just pipping Violin's new 6264 array with its 64TiB in 3U. That 64TiB is equivalent to 70.5TB, meaning that Nimbus's new Gemini averages out at 24T/U versus 23.43TB/U for Violin Memory – …
Who? Who I ask will build it...
Even if the customers even come.
Analogous to Skyera, anybody who is everybody that has access to visio like product, a word processor and heck why not, powerpoint. Can create a new product of unimaginable capabilities. " Musk - hyper loop".
Look at linkedin, Nimbus as 29 employees online,three of them are engineers, Clinical, Hardware, QA.
So I ask, who? Who will build these massively dense machines? Who will work out the aggregation logic to work with these new more dense flash components.
Was that a typo, or do they really only offer 1 year of support on their disk??? It doesn't really matter how cheap per TB they get if you have to buy new disk and migrate data every year...
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