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The Register expects EMC to launch VNX2 very soon, possibly as soon as a few weeks from now. We caught wind of the changes when we noticed VNX2 was mentioned in forthcoming seminars and where it was described as "delivering the next evolution in disaster recovery technology". The VNX2 is EMC’s newest hybrid storage platform. …

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Anonymous Coward

Symmetric I/O processing. Just saying.

Still hanging on to traditional RAID groups as opposed to virtualized RAID (like 3PAR/Compellent) as far as I know.

Pricing supposed to be better than current VNX.

I think we will see it before September.

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Anonymous Coward

Still my biggest issue with is the traditional carving. Why bother with the micromanagement these days? It just ads complexity.

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Anonymous Coward

There is also a VNX5200 to replace the old 5100.

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Anonymous Coward

Nexenta 1.6 million IOPS

Here is an ZFS based Enterprise storage server:

http://blog.nexenta.com/blog/bid/277438/Nexenta-Systems-Powered-Storage-Solution-Achieves-1-6-Million-IOPS

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Anonymous Coward

Re: Nexenta 1.6 million IOPS

Not as fast as this: http://www.storagereview.com/mellanox_rdma_infiniband_interconnects_post_record_performance_with_windows_server_2012_hyperv

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Re: Nexenta 1.6 million IOPS

Interesting. But your link on Mellanox shows 10GB/sec troughput. Nowhere do they talk about how many IOPS. Can you link to how many IOPS Mellanox achieves?

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Re: Nexenta 1.6 million IOPS

http://recoverymonkey.org/2012/07/26/an-explanation-of-iops-and-latency/

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