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Fujitsu introduces new high-speed storage systems

Ike Suarez | July 23, 2015
Vendor claims solutions are world's most scalable and powerful of their kind today.

Fujitsu has introduced the DX 8700 S3 and DX 8900 S3 storage systems and claims they are the world's most scalable and powerful systems of their kind today.

A press statement by the Tokyo-based IT equipment and services vendor said the storage systems have been purpose-built for enterprises that demand storage capacities of up to 14 petabytes of data.

They have also been purpose-built for enterprises that demand up to 4 million input/output operations per second.

"Based on the most flexible pay-as-you-grow architecture on the market, these systems allow data centre customers to build up storage capacity 'just in time' — putting an end to overprovisioning and large upfront investments," according to the press statement.

It further said the systems architecture of the new storage solutions can cope with multiple component failures without any interruptions to service. The new storage systems will be available worldwide starting August 1 by way of direct sales and certified channel partners, the press statement said.

 

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