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AMI Launches StorTrends 3500i SSD Array

American Megatrends Inc. (AMI) today announced the release of its StorTrends 3500i SSD Array, the first and only storage area network (SAN) to combine solid state drive (SSD) caching and SSD tiering into a single storage appliance.

  • Premiered: 01/28/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: HPC Wire
Topic(s): TBA AMI TBA American Megatrends TBA StorTrends TBA StorTrends 3500i TBA SSD TBA Storage TBA SAN TBA WAN Optimization TBA Auto Tiering TBA Low latency
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Leading Analyst Firm Recognizes the StorTrends 3500i Array as One of the Most Comprehensive...

American Megatrends Inc. (AMI) today announced that The Taneja Group has recognized the AMI StorTrends 3500i Hybrid Storage SSD Array as “one of the most comprehensive, versatile and cost effective solid state systems on the market today.” In the Taneja Group’s December 2013 Technology Validation report, ‘StorTrends 3500i Solid State Performance for Everyday Business’ - the research firm recounts results of its hands-on lab evaluation which validates the system’s high performance in real-world application environments.

  • Premiered: 01/30/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: PR.com
Topic(s): TBA AMI TBA American Megatrends TBA StorTrends TBA StorTrends 3500i TBA SSD TBA Storage TBA WAN Optimization TBA SAN TBA Auto Tiering TBA Low latency
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AMI StorTrends 3500i: Solid State Performance for Everyday Business (TVS)

Solid state storage technology – typically storage devices based on NAND flash – have opened up new horizons for storage systems over the past couple of years.  The storage market has seemingly been flooded by new products incorporating solid-state storage somewhere within their product line while making promises of break through levels of storage performance.  Vendors have found there are some challenges when it comes to putting solid-state technology in the storage system.   Many storage products entering the market in turn have a few wrinkles beneath the surface.

Just recently, AMI has introduced yet another SAN storage appliance. The StorTrends 3500i integrates a comprehensive solid-state storage layer into the StorTrends iTX architecture.  The 3500i brings with it the ability to use Solid State Drives (SSDs) in multiple roles – as a full flash array or hybrid storage array. As a hybrid storage array, the SSDs can be utilized as cache, tier, or a combination of the two. Along with SSD caching and tiering, the StorTrends 3500i incorporates these performance features with the field proven storage architecture validated by more than 1,100 global installs. The net result is a high performance and cost effective storage array.  In fact, the 3500i array looks poised to be one of the most comprehensively equipped storage system options for the mid-range enterprise storage customer looking for solid state acceleration for their workloads.

With this most recent storage system launch, StorTrends once again caught our attention, and we approached AMI with the idea of a hands-on lab exercise that we call a Taneja Group Technology Validation.  Our goal with this testing?  To see whether StorTrends truly preserved all of their storage functionality with the integration of SSD into the 3500i storage system, and whether the 3500i was up to the task of harnessing the blazing fast storage performance of SSD.

Publish date: 11/30/13
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AMI introduces StorTrends 3600i line of all-flash arrays

The StorTrends 3600i iSCSI SAN arrays feature a split architecture that writes to enterprise MLC SSDs while maintaining a read tier of consumer-grade MLC drives.

  • Premiered: 03/18/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA AMI TBA StorTrends TBA StorTrends 3600i TBA SAN TBA Big Data TBA Flash TBA MLC TBA iSCSI TBA American Megatrends TBA RAM TBA Enlift Cache TBA Data Deduplication TBA Deduplication TBA VMware virtual desktop TBA VMWare TBA DR TBA Backup TBA Disaster Recovery TBA iDATA TBA Jeff Kato