Violin Unveils 6264 Flash Memory Array


Violin Memory has unveiled a 6264 flash Memory Array, that delivers 64TB of capacity in a 3U footprint. Complementing the 6000 Series Arrays is the Violin Symphony Management System, enabling enterprise-wide management of Violin Memory Arrays through a single pane of glass view.

Don Basile (CEO, Violin Memory): Our goal is to deliver memory storage at the cost of legacy disk. 

By combining flash controller technology with Toshiba’s 19nm flash technology, the Violin 6264 delivers twice the density and three times the economics of its predecessor while significantly reducing power consumption, says the company.

[Image courtesy: Violin Memory]

Edited: 08-13-13

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