back to article Fujitsu presents the mighty ETERNUS as new disaster-proof hero

Fujitsu’s ETERNUS DX200F all-flash array (AFA) is always up for it even in the face of catastrophes, the firm says. The DX200 all-flash array was announced in April last year, offering the same performance – Fujitsu said – as specially-designed flash architectures, but for less money, due to its standard system architecture: …

Anonymous Coward

By adding a virtualization gateway like IBM SVC / VPLEX etc then any AFA vendor in the market could claim the same, but what do those products add in terms of latency, complexity and overall cost.

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Anonymous Coward

HP could claim the same with any current 3PAR including the AFA variant by simply turning on their inbuilt Peer Persistence feature, no external virtualisation engines etc required.

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Joke

Whoop. I stand corrected - The header is 648x429, the detail pic is 650x429. I should have picked up on that.

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