Photo - Wee Kai Teck, Managing Director of Hitachi Data Systems Malaysia.
To meet the needs of Malaysia's businesses and datacentres, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has introduced a new and expanded range of all-flash and hybrid flash arrays, which significantly improve the performance of business-critical applications by eliminating storage bottlenecks, said the information storage systems provider.
Wee Kai Teck, managing director of Hitachi Data Systems Malaysia, said the new line-up was also designed to ease the transition to an all-flash infrastructure as well as deliver better cost and performance.
Wee said that as organisations digitise their businesses, the demand for immediate access to information has soared, forcing IT departments to focus on modernising their core IT infrastructures.
Companies of all sizes are speeding up the move to flash-based technologies to create faster, more responsive IT environments, he said. As they begin their journey to an all-flash infrastructure, many struggle to understand how to move to flash without devastating their IT budgets.
"With the best flash solutions for solving today's IT infrastructure needs and a clear capability to help design flash for use cases of the future, Hitachi is a partner you need on this journey," said Wee.
The portfolio includes performance optimisation software and data analytics capabilities, the all-flash Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) F series, enhanced models of the Hitachi VSP G series, next-generation Hitachi flash modules with inline data compression (FMD DC2) and enhanced Hitachi Automation Director and Hitachi Data Center Analytics tools for improved response times.
"With our broad portfolio of flash solutions and advanced, patented technology, Hitachi is your trusted partner to accelerate business outcomes with an all-Flash, software-defined infrastructure that eliminates slowdowns and accelerates your time to market," Wee said.
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