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Australian Rugby Union goes all flash for storage

Adam Bender | May 19, 2014
The Australian Rugby Union has enhanced performance of its real-time analytics and telemetry applications by going all flash for storage, according to ARU IT infrastructure manager Nick Payne.

Pure Storage revealed ARU as a customer as it announced two new products in its FA-400 Series line. An entry-level product, the FA-405 provides 40 TB of usable space in a 1U controller form factor that is half the size of the existing FA-420 product.

Pure Storage also announced a high-capacity model, the FA-450, which provides up to 250 TB of usable space, twice what is offered in the FA-420.

The flash storage company has also released Purity 4.0, a new version of the software that runs the storage environment. Among other things, the new release adds a native replication, snapshot and policy management service called FlashRecover.


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