Nimbus Data Systems today announced the Gemini X-series, a scale-out all-flash solution with unified storage and data management via the HALO operating system. The X-series consists of the FX1000 Flash Director and up to ten X96 and X48 Flash Nodes that expand capacity in 96TB or 48TB increments for up to 960TB total capacity. A 960TB array requires just 5,500 Watts of power and occupies 24U of rack space.
Nimbus Gemini X-Series SAN/NAS All Flash Solution Announced Discussion
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Posted 25 February 2014 - 10:46 PM
Interesting name choice "X series", considering EMC's XtremeIO product name is X-brick, formally launching just a few months ago.
Even more interesting that Pure Storage launched their "FA-400" in May 2013, and then Nimbus Data launched their "F400" in August 2013.
Posted 26 February 2014 - 08:39 AM
I made the same statement on our conference call with Nimbus. Probably unnecessary provocation but it also probably does some good for competitive positioning. Easier for customers to understand they go head to head.
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