Hybrid Storage Arrays

Balanced Performance and Capacity

Tegile Hybrid Array

Performance of Flash at the Price of Disk

Tegile offers an extensive line of hybrid arrays as part of the IntelliFlash portfolio.  Tegile hybrid storage arrays leverage the performance of flash, the density of hard disks and the rich features of IntelliFlash™ operating system to deliver a compelling storage platform that accelerates a wide variety of workloads in the enterprise.

Fully redundant with active/active controllers, these arrays are built for enterprise datacenters with resilience, data availability and data protection in mind. With Tegile hybrid arrays, you no longer have to compromise between performance, capacity and cost for accelerating and protecting your enterprise applications.

Model T4100 T4200 T4530 T4630 T4730 T4760 T4860
Flash as % of Total Usable Capacity 10% Flash 30% Flash 60% Flash
DRAM Memory 256GB 464GB 240GB 464GB 464GB
Raw Flash Storage (Min)* 1.5TB 5.8TB 7.5TB 17.8TB 35.6TB 25.5TB 51.8TB
Raw Disk Storage (Min)* 26TB 52TB 26TB 52TB 104TB 26TB 52TB
Effective All-Flash Capacity** (Min / Max) N/A N/A 22TB - 917TB 44TB - 939TB 88TB - 804TB 88TB - 983TB 170TB - 1065TB
Effective Hybrid Capacity** (Min / Max) 60TB - 780TB 120TB - 840TB 60TB - 660TB 120TB - 720TB 240TB - 720TB 60TB - 660TB 120TB - 720TB
Form Factor (Rack Units) 3U 5U 8U 5U
Protocols SAN Protocol Support (iSCSI, Fibre Channel), NAS Protocol Support (NFS, CIFS, SMB 3.0)
Data Services Inline Deduplication, Compression, Thin Provisioning, Snapshots, Remote Replication, Application Profiles
Management Web browser, plug-ins for VMware vCenter and Microsoft System Center VM Manager, SSH, IP-KVM, SNMP
Cloud Management IntelliCare™ cloud analytics and proactive support available with Standard and Premier support programs
Data Security Inline 256-bit AES Encryption for Data-at-Rest
Redundancy No single point of failure, Active-Active High Availability Architecture, Dual-ported storage media
  Detailed Specifications

* All storage capacities are measured in Gigabytes (GB) or Terabytes (TB) using base-10 math
** Assuming 5:1 data reduction