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E8 Storage announces InfiniBand support
I recently had the opportunity to have a call with Julie Herd about what E8 Storage have been up to and thought I’d share my thoughts here. I’ll admit it was a very quick chat because the announcement needed little explanation, but it’s sometimes the simple things that are worth noting.
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E8 Storage steps up to HPC with InfiniBand Support
Today E8 Storage announced availability of InfiniBand support to its high performance, NVMe storage solutions. The move comes as a direct response to HPC customers that wish to take advantage of the high speed, low latency throughput of InfiniBand for their data hungry applications.
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Follow VMblog.com: E8 Storage Announces InfiniBand Support
Today, E8 Storage announced the availability of InfiniBand support for its high performance, NVMe storage solutions. E8 Storage support for InfiniBand will be seamless for customers who now have the flexibility to connect via Ethernet or InfiniBand when paired with Mellanox ConnectX InfiniBand/VPI adapters.
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E8 Storage Launches InfiniBand Support
Today, E8 Storage launched the availability of InfiniBand support for its high performance, NVMe storage solutions. E8 Storage’s support for InfiniBand will be seamless for customers who now have the flexibility to connect via Ethernet or InfiniBand when paired with Mellanox ConnectX InfiniBand/VPI adapters.
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E8 Storage Announces InfiniBand Support Extending HPC Options for New and Existing Customers
SANTA CLARA, California, April 17, 2018 — E8 Storage today announced availability of InfiniBand support to its high performance, NVMe storage solutions. The move comes as a direct response to HPC customers that wish to take advantage of the high speed, low latency throughput of InfiniBand for their data hungry applications.
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Executive Briefing: E8 Storage Pushes NVMe to the Edge
Even faster than the fastest? Well, yes, because wringing great performance out of NVMe storage is an art in itself. So when vendor E8 Storage says its NVMe appliances are record-breaking, it’s worth a chat to find out the reality behind the claims. What I found was eye-opening.
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Cloud Expo Europe: Mission Peak NVMe Flash Storage Array Demonstrated by E8 Storage and AIC
E8 Storage Systems Ltd. and AIC, Inc. have demonstrated Mission Peak, a high density, all-NVMe flash storage array at Cloud Expo Europe held at the London ExCel, UK.
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E8 Storage building out channel around NVMe flash array play
E8 Storage is looking to recruit partners with a focus on markets where NVMe is a strong opportunity, and with Canada being a green-fields opportunity for partners.
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NVMe SSDs: Is there a need for all this speed?
Everything you should know to decide if nonvolatile memory express is right for your enterprise and, if it is, how to plan for the future of flash storage.
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Disaggregated systems try to unlock the NVMe conundrum
NVMe can unlock the true potential of flash, but storage controllers put a bottleneck back in the I/O path. We look at how suppliers are trying to solve the problem.
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E8 Storage: Software Only Product for Pre-Qualified Servers
The software, which powers the company’s performance, HA shared NVMe storage solutions is available as a software only purchase for customers to install on their supported hardware of choice.
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Realizing the Full Potential of NVMe – E8 Storage Briefing Note
When flash storage first came to market it exposed the weakness in storage designs, hidden by the latency of hard disk media. Now, NVMe promises to expose weaknesses in the designs of the first generation of all-flash arrays.
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