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Tegile All-Flash Arrays Earn Top Ranking for Midsize Enterprises from DCIG

Annual buyer’s guide recommends all-flash arrays for their superiority
in business value, quality of service and ease of use

 

Newark, Calif. – May 11, 2017 – Tegile Systems, the leading provider of flash-driven storage arrays for databases, virtualized server and virtual desktop environments, today announced it was awarded the highest ranking in the DCIG 2017-2018 Small/Midsize Enterprise All-Flash Array Buyer’s Guide. This is the second consecutive year Tegile has earned a “recommended” ranking, validating the performance value Tegile’s hybrid and all-flash arrays bring to enterprises of all sizes.

The DCIG 2017-2018 Small/Midsize Enterprise All-Flash Array Buyer’s Guide evaluated 24 arrays from 11 different storage vendors, including Dell EMC, Kaminario, Nimble Storage, Pure Storage and Tintri. Tegile’s IntelliFlash HD, T4800, T4700 and T4600 received “recommended” designations. Tegile was recognized for its:

  • Unified storage: enables organizations to consolidate a broad range of applications and eliminates the need to separate SAN and NAS storage environments.
  • Multi-tiered flash: allows enterprises to balance performance and capacity to accelerate workloads.
  • Intuitive web-based management interface: supports all hypervisors and a wide range of enterprise applications.
  • Flash-first architecture: Tegile’s IntelliFlash Metadata Accelerated technology separates metadata from the primary data path, optimizing inline deduplication, inline compression and zero overhead snapshots.

By design, Tegile all-flash arrays fully support small and midsized enterprises seeking faster, more efficient storage to fuel their enterprise applications. The flash-first architecture of all Tegile arrays provide greater bandwidth to capitalize on flash memory performance. In addition, all arrays include Tegile’s IntelliCare cloud-based analytics which continually monitor the performance and health of the arrays.

“In the past year we have seen a surge of customer interest in all-flash arrays as enterprises face the ever-growing demand to accelerate workloads without sacrificing reliability or economics,” said Rob Commins, VP of marketing at Tegile. “This need for speed is not slowing down anytime soon, but enterprises can trust that Tegile will maintain its track record of innovating storage at the pace of their needs. This is why all of our arrays are already NVMe-ready, ensuring businesses are always on the cutting edge of storage.”

For more information about Tegile’s flash-driven storage arrays, visit www.tegile.com/products. For information on Intelliflash HD, visit www.tegile.com/products/intelliflashhd or send an email to HD@tegile.com. Download the DCIG 2017-2018 Small/Midsize Enterprise All-Flash Array Buyer’s Guide.

About Tegile Systems

Tegile Systems is pioneering a new generation of flash-driven enterprise storage arrays that balance performance, capacity, features and price for virtualization, file services and database applications. With Tegile’s line of all-flash and hybrid storage arrays, the company is redefining the traditional approach to storage by providing a family of arrays that accelerate business critical enterprise applications and allow customers to significantly consolidate mixed workloads in virtualized environments.

Tegile’s patented IntelliFlash™ technology accelerates performance and enables inline deduplication and compression of data so each array has a usable capacity far greater than its raw capacity. Tegile’s award-winning solutions enable customers to better address the requirements of server virtualization, virtual desktop integration and database integration than any other offerings. Featuring both NAS and SAN connectivity, Tegile arrays are easy-to-use, fully redundant and highly scalable. They come complete with built-in snapshot, remote-replication, near-instant recovery, onsite or offsite failover, and VM-aware features. Additional information is available at www.tegile.com. Follow Tegile on Twitter @tegile.