All-flash arrays (AFAs) are now the next step when it comes to improving storage for enterprises as traditional solutions are now becoming less effective. AFAs can help enable unprecedented data-mobility speeds that will allow data to be shared and accessed across functions as well as prevent spikes in latency. These are just a few benefits that AFAs can provide to enterprise grade businesses.
To help bring these solutions to our clients, CT Link Systems, Inc. has become a partner for Pure Storage in the Philippines.
Who is Pure Storage?
Pure Storage is a data storage company that was founded in 2009 by John Hayes and John Colgrove. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and has operations in over 40 countries around the world. Pure Storage’s mission is to provide businesses with innovative data storage solutions that are faster, more efficient, and more reliable than traditional storage methods.
Pure Storage’s flagship product is the FlashArray, an all-flash storage solution that uses flash memory to store data instead of traditional hard drives. Flash memory is faster, more reliable, and more efficient than traditional hard drives, which makes Pure Storage’s solutions ideal for businesses that require fast and reliable access to their data.
Pure Storage provides businesses with cutting-edge data storage solutions that are designed to be faster, more efficient, and more reliable than traditional storage methods. Pure Storage’s solutions are based on the principles of all-flash storage, which uses flash memory to store data instead of traditional hard drives.
One of the primary advantages of all-flash storage is speed. Because flash memory is much faster than traditional hard drives, businesses can access their data much more quickly. This is especially important for businesses that require real-time access to their data, such as those in the financial industry.
In addition to speed, all-flash storage is also more efficient than traditional storage methods. Because flash memory uses less power than traditional hard drives, businesses can save money on their energy bills while still maintaining fast and reliable access to their data.