Hitachi Early to Market with a Bespoke HCI Solution Built Around NVMe and Storage-Class Memory
This IDC Market Note discusses Hitachi Vantara's NVMe-based HCI offering announcement at the company's annual user conference, providing IDC's take on the importance of this launch for Hitachi Vantara and for the industry as a whole. On September 25, Hitachi Vantara made a number of announcements at Hitachi NEXT, Hitachi's annual user conference. One of those announcements was an NVMe-based HCI offering that leveraged storage-class memory (SCM) technology based on Intel's Optane products. This product, dubbed the Hitachi UCP HC V124N, is one of the first HCI solutions to ship direct from the factory with embedded SCM technology."When integrated into enterprise-class storage systems, NVMe and SCM technologies will significantly improve all aspects of performance, including latency, throughput, bandwidth, and performance predictability under load," said Eric Burgener, research vice president, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms, and Technologies. "As one of the first bespoke HCI solutions to feature NVMe and SCM technology together, the UCP HC V124N will help change the perception of what these platforms can do."
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