Quality Assurance and Project Management

Jun 9 2019   9:23PM GMT

How To Push Boundaries of Enterprise SSDs With @ViolinSystems

Jaideep Khanduja Jaideep Khanduja Profile: Jaideep Khanduja

Enterprise storage
Flash Array
Violin Systems

When you think of Extreme Performance Storage or Enterprise SSDs, it is Violin Systems. Otherwise, why two pioneers in their respective fields would decide to form a strategic development alliance for the purpose of joint development in further advancing performance-based SSDs with the integration of Violin advanced technologies. The two masters to enter into a strategic partnership to integrate Phison’s E12DC controller with Violin’s state-of-the-art technology and extreme-performance storage systems are Violin Systems and Phison Electronics Corporation. Violin Systems is a global leader in all-flash arrays. The company has been leading the market in innovating consistent extreme performance its unique Flash Fabric Architecture and vRAID simultaneously ensuring continuity of operations aided by its advanced enterprise data services. Violin is continuously evolving from custom to customized SSDs without compromising performance or resiliency. The industry standards of NVMs are compelled to catch-up to the level of Violin’s proprietary technology.

Phison is among the top leaders in NAND flash controllers and applications. It ships more than 600 million controllers annually. That itself demonstrates its capabilities and the top position in enterprise-class technology. While Violin is one of Phison’s customers, it is also a joint technology partner of Phison. Both working collaboratively in performance optimization. With the NVMe standard interface enhancement with its proprietary performance-enhancing technologies, Violin performance storage solution along with its advanced enterprise software has reached to an unmatched level. While promising to provide consistent extreme performance for industry’s top requirements like Enterprise SSDs, OLTP, real-time analytics, virtualization applications, SQL databases, etc., it goes a level up in providing support to AI, M2M learning, and IIoT applications. All this is happening with zero tolerance of any performance tag.

Enterprise SSDs achieve a new paradigm

K.S. Pua, CEO, Phison says, “We aim to be our customers’ most dependable IT business partner. Phison is constantly striving to find new ways to integrate capabilities into our product sets that add true value for our customers. The Phison E12DC enterprise controller builds on the award-winning success of the E12 solution by adding robust algorithms to ensure predictable latency and consistent I/O. With the E12 already strongly established in the consumer space, we are able to accelerate our growth in the enterprise-embedded market. We believe that partnering with Violin and leveraging each other’s technology and expertise allows us to make a big impact on the market.”

Eric Burgener, research vice president, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, IDC says, “The tight collaboration of extreme-performance storage systems expert Violin with resources of an industry leader in flash controllers and NAND solutions like Phison is a great move that can enable rapid innovation working with standards-based interfaces.”

Mark Lewis, Chairman CEO of Violin Systems says, “While NVMe is becoming a growing standard in performance storage, we have been able to further enhance the advancements made with the technology by leveraging our patented technology to provide enterprises extreme, consistent performances. This joint development with Phison allows both companies to push the boundaries of enterprise SSDs and bring true innovation to the market through standards-based technology vs. proprietary technology.”

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