Enterprise Storage Evolves Beyond All Flash with Storage-Class Memory, Unleashing a New Generation of Innovation

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As enterprises undergo their digital transformation journeys, more and more of them are deploying real-time analytics workloads. It is proving difficult for enterprise arrays to provide the type of low-latency performance these workloads need, and customers are looking to NVMe and next-generation media like SCM to provide this performance. HPE is an early entrant in this space, providing an enterprise-class storage solution optimized for Intel Optane technology. This white paper discusses the evolving low-latency market requirements in the enterprise space and then turns to a review of HPE Memory-Driven Flash, a new enterprise storage architecture accelerated with SCM and NVMe for HPE's 3PAR and Nimble external storage platforms.

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