No mention of the T-800 Series?
(Seemed too good to pass up the opportunity)
No one single thing stands out. When looking over Tegile there is no one special sauce ingredient. It just aims to be a better all-round business than its competitors, which means developing, selling and supporting a mixed media tier, external storage array for business users. Tegile presented its attributes to an IT press …
The idea of striping LUNs across controllers made sense when everything was hard disk based (no hybrid, no flash caching), FC and iSCSI wire speeds were slow, and controllers had small, embedded CPUs and small amounts of RAM.
Today, All-Flash Arrays with 16Gb FC and 10Gb iSCSI, configured with beefy controllers with dozens of cores and lots of RAM eliminate most of the benefit of striping LUNs across controllers.
I see the above comments with interest I have numerous customers that think Tegile is an amazing company and solution. The customers love the after sales service the ease of deployment and management the performance and the fact they know what the costs will be moving forward.
We could sell any storage solution, but we work with Tegile, because we know our customers will be happy and that Tegile guarantee exactly what they say.
At the end of the day this is storage you just want it do exactly what it says on the tin with the least amount of hassle and that is what Tegile gives you.
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