Qumulo’s P-series NVMe flash offering that was announced last fall now hits the market, initially targeted at the most demanding of use cases of workload-intensive sectors like media and entertainment.
Seattle-based file storage vendor Qumulo has launched its all NVMe, all flash array. The Qumulo P-series, which was announced last fall, combines the Qumulo File Fabric [QF2] software with high-speed NVMe, Intel Skylake SP processors, high-bandwidth Intel SSDs and 100GbE networking.
“This is the general availability of the new offering – the NVME all-flash array,” said Ben Gitenstein, Qumulo’s VP of Product Management. “Our file system is natively built for billions of files. That scalability is where we really shine. The challenge for us is bringing that file system to platforms that are relevant for these different workloads. This product is built for the most demanding of workloads. Not every workload needs this.”
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