PernixData unveils new edition of PernixData FVP software for SMBs
Sep 04, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
PernixData, Inc., a provider of virtualized server flash, has announced the availability of a new edition of PernixData FVP software for small and mid-sized businesses, or SMBs, to optimize storage performance completely independent of storage capacity.
The SMB Edition of PernixData FVP virtualizes flash across up to four hosts, creating a clustered acceleration tier that enables IT administrators to accelerate read and write performance for all virtualized applications. No changes are required to existing server and storage infrastructure, delivering maximum storage performance with no disruptions.
"Many small and mid-sized companies today sacrifice storage performance for cost when they invest in entry-level storage arrays," said Jeff Aaron, vice president of marketing at PernixData. "While these products deliver cost-effective capacity, they provide limited IOPS and cannot scale with demand. PernixData FVP eliminates this trade-off. For the first time ever, SMBs can now afford the scale-out storage performance they need by using server side flash in conjunction with their existing arrays. No expensive storage upgrades are required."
PernixData announced the general availability of FVP, the company's flagship product, in August 2013. All editions of FVP support the same unique functions, which include: Scale-out performance independent of storage capacity; Seamless deployment; Clustered platform compatible with all VMware operations; and Full read and write acceleration with fault tolerance.
PernixData FVP version 1.0 is generally available through PernixData channel partners. The following two editions make FVP affordable for companies of all sizes: The Enterprise Edition and The SMB Edition.
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