back to article Fujitsu presents the mighty ETERNUS as new disaster-proof hero

Fujitsu’s ETERNUS DX200F all-flash array (AFA) is always up for it even in the face of catastrophes, the firm says. The DX200 all-flash array was announced in April last year, offering the same performance – Fujitsu said – as specially-designed flash architectures, but for less money, due to its standard system architecture: …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    By adding a virtualization gateway like IBM SVC / VPLEX etc then any AFA vendor in the market could claim the same, but what do those products add in terms of latency, complexity and overall cost.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    HP could claim the same with any current 3PAR including the AFA variant by simply turning on their inbuilt Peer Persistence feature, no external virtualisation engines etc required.

  3. Bluto Nash
    Joke

    Whoop. I stand corrected - The header is 648x429, the detail pic is 650x429. I should have picked up on that.

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