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FSG Bank Increases IOPS Speed Five Times Over Previous Backup System With StorTrends' High Performance Storage


Leading Banking and Financial Institution Switches to StorTrends for Ease of Management, Data Protection and Asset Optimization

NORCROSS, GA – (August 25, 2015) – StorTrends®, the data storage division of American Megatrends, Inc. 48 more words

FSG Bank Increases IOPS Speed Five Times Over Previous Backup System With StorTrends' High Performance Storage


Leading Banking and Financial Institution Switches to StorTrends for Ease of Management, Data Protection and Asset Optimization

NORCROSS, GA – (August 25, 2015) – StorTrends®, the data storage division of American Megatrends, Inc. 48 more words

MS SQL: New ways to test disk performance

Sometimes things get easier, better or simples. Actually we became spoiled to expect this kind of evolution from everything in the world, and this is not always the case. 139 more words

SQLServer

Calculate your cluster size

I have created an excel table to calculate cluster sizes based on some variables. Take note that all values in black are VARIABLES (A total of 19 variables can be adjusted). 363 more words

Calculator

Vidant Health Leverages Flash to think differently about Healthcare Data Management

Most first time all-flash array buyers make the leap to solid state performance because they have hit a performance wall. While Vidant Health was certainly ready for a performance upgrade, late last year their immediate concern was capacity and security. 950 more words

Flash

Real-time Hybrid Arrays – The Next Generation of Cost-Effective High Performance

Product Analysis of AssuredSAN 4000 with RealStor

The world has changed for IT. Social media, the internet of things, the proliferation of mobile devices, etc, are creating the challenge of real-time computing. 1,262 more words

SSD

OCZ’s NVMe SSDs provide Lower Latency and Faster, more Consistent Performance

When non-volatile flash memory-based solid-state drives (SSDs) were introduced, the protocol support included SAS/SATA. These interfaces were designed for hard disk drives (HDDs) and had more latency than was ideal for flash, but it made for easier integration of SSDs into enterprise storage systems and servers since the existing infrastructure was built around HDDs. 1,365 more words

Flash