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Product and Solution Information, Press Releases, Announcements
Microsoft customers using NVMe-oF now have access to Pavilion High Performance Storage
Delivering consistent high performance from a storage platform requires several things, including:
Pavilion Signs New Client Sony Innovation Studios for Volumetric Capture and Post-Production Editorial Use Cases
June 16, 2020, San Jose, CA – Pavilion Data Systems, the leader in the third wave of data storage, announced today that Sony Innovation Studios Inc., a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), is in the process of deploying the firm's storage array as part of an easy to use, scalable, and dense solution that supports much needed high speed protocols.
Hyperparallel Flash Arrays and the Third Wave of Storage
Legacy AFAs were designed for availability, and use the same dual controller architecture that was intended to meet the performance needs of an array of spinning disks. Based on the serial design of disks connected to a single active controller, this type of configuration can never fully take advantage of the parallel access that SSDs offer.
Pavilion - Ready for VMware vSphere 7
April 16, 2020 – San Jose, Calif. – Pavilion Data Systems, the leader in NVMe-over-Fabrics (NVMe-oF), announced VMware vSphere 7 certification and presence on VMware’s Compatibility Guide. Pavilion is one of the first storage array vendors to support VMware vSphere 7 using RDMA-over-Converged Ethernet (RoCE v2).
Quantum Leap in Performance with vSphere 7.0 NVMe-oF
vSphere 7.0 also adds a new feature which can increase performance of I/O bound VMs (such as databases or business intelligence) massively: NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF). With NVMe-oF, it is now possible to virtualize I/O intensive workloads that needed to be run on bare metal before. NVMe-oF can also increase the performance of more traditional VMs, allowing more of them to be run on the same hardware, faster.
OvationData and Pavilion Collaborate to Deliver Hyperparallel Technology for Oil and Gas Industry
OvationData helps organizations manage their data, which may be recorded on everything from paper, magnetic tape and other digital storage media, and converting them into a format for ready access and analysis. The company has long-enabled customers to store their data in a cost-effective solution and is now extending this capability into a service called the Seismic Nexus Industry-Specific Cloud (ISC).
Pavilion Achieves VMware Ready Status for Its Hyperparallel Flash Array
November 4, 2019 – Barcelona, ES. – Pavilion Data Systems, the leader in NVMe-Over-Fabrics, today announced release 2.3 of its award-winning Hyperparallel Flash Array with VMware Ready status. The no-compromise enterprise storage platform now supports a complete suite of data management features for consolidation of VM sprawl and native Container Storage Interface (CSI) for simplified migration to PKS, Docker and Kubernetes containers. Release 2.3 includes native VMware support for vCenter, VMware Ready support for NFS along with backward compatibility for block-based iSCSI connectivity. The company will be demonstrating integration of the VMware NVMe-Over-RDMA inbox driver support at VMworld Europe in Barcelona, booth #G209, November 4-7, 2019.
Pavilion Named Finalist for the Storage Magazine and SearchStorage 2019 Products of the Year Award Program
January 14, 2020 – San Jose, Calif. – Pavilion, the leader in NVMe-Over-Fabrics, announced today that its Hyperparallel Flash Array has been selected as a finalist in the 18th annual Storage magazine and SearchStorage Products of the Year awards. Entries were judged on the following criteria: performance, innovation, ease of integration, ease of use and manageability, functionality and value.
Pavilion to Provide NVMe-Over-Fabrics Storage for SCinet’19 High Performance Computing (HPC) Simulations
November 19, 2019 –Denver, Colo.– Pavilion Data Systems, the leader in NVMe-Over-Fabrics, today announced that the company will be part of a project called SCinet’19 to provide the high-performance storage infrastructure with NVMe and NVMe-Over-Fabrics (NVMeoF) of leading HPC organizations across the globe. Spearheaded by Caltech Professor Harvey Newman, SCinet’19 showcases how people and organizations gain insights and knowledge in gene sequencing, social and economic analysis, and other big data applications. The work will be shown at Supercomputing 2019 (SC’19), taking place in Denver, Colorado, November 17-21, 2019. Find out more about the SCinet’19 project in this blog post blog post.