Today’s massively parallel clustered databases require an extreme amount of performance, and the parallelism of NVMe is quickly becoming the defacto standard to meet these demands. But AFAs retrofitted with NVMe drives lose performance to their dual-controller architecture and direct-attached storage (DAS) continues to suffer from operational, scalability and utilization issues.

Enter the Third Wave of storage, where storage systems are designed from the ground up to take full advantage of the parallelism of NVMe, and utilize a composable/disaggregated architecture that eliminates the operational, scalability and utilization challenges of DAS. Download the Pavilion Hyperparallel Flash Array Data Sheet to learn more about the Third Wave of storage, and what true purpose-built NVMe storage looks like.

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