XtremIO is purpose built to leverage Flash and deliver new levels of real-world performance, administrative ease, and advanced data services .The company has released XtremIO to select customers.
In real-world operating conditions found in today’s demanding production environments, XtremIO system exceeds 150K functional 4K mixed read/write IOPS, and 250K functional 4K read IOPS for each ‘X-Brick’ (the scale-out building blocks for the XtremIO array), and over 1.2 million functional 4K mixed read/write IOPS, and 2 million functional 4K read IOPS when scaled out to a cluster of eight X-Bricks.
EMC has also plans to deliver a broad, device-independent Flash software suite—the EMC XtremSW Suite with more caching capabilities, in addition to offering advanced data services to Flash as memory and Flash as DAS.
The XtremSW Suite will provide customers with capabilities such as pooling, cache coherency, deeper EMC storage array integration and specific enhancements for VMware environments in the future.
XtremSF 550 GB and 2.2 TB eMLC capacities are currently available globally. EMC expects to make 700 GB and 1.4 TB capacities available on EMC price lists in the second quarter of 2013. EMC will extend the XtremSF family with even higher capacity offerings in the future.
EMC Corporation recently announced a new distribution of Apache Hadoop: Pivotal HD, featuring native integration of EMC’s industry leading Greenplum massively parallel processing (MPP) database with Apache Hadoop.