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HPE oplossingen voor back-up en flash storage

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Typical enterprise data growth is roughly 40% per year, with 60% of all storage space taken up by copies of data 1 1 IT Spending Intentions Survey, ESG Research Report, IDC, February 2014 The volume of data you need to manage and protect grows at a pace that is difficult to keep up with—roughly 40% per year for the typical enterprise. Add to that the performance demands of new applications—instant response times, always-on availability, and anytime, anywhere access—and data center managers are often left with storage challenges that can't be addressed with traditional spinning disk technology. To meet these challenges, many enterprises are turning to flash storage. A viable flash storage solution must provide: While some flash vendors focus solely on speed or affordability, your flash solution needs to provide all four attributes above, along with operational efficiencies that help reduce IT run rates. High density, large capacity flash arrays can reduce your storage footprint by 80%, with commensurate reductions in power and cooling costs. With the cost of flash storage now as low as $1.50 per useable GB of storage, the all-flash data center is a viable alternative. The future of storage is all-flash. The future of storage-flash The all-flash data center is a viable alternative Business white paper Page 2 Speed High IOPS at predictable response times under 1 ms to drive more revenue-generating transactions Affordability Price parity with high performance HDDs Enterprise resiliency Mission-critical availability and zero data loss RPO Scale Petabyte scale for enterprise growth

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