A basic price for the Vexata VX100 configuration with 4 storage blades starts around $75,000, while the more robust version with 16 blades and 64 SSDs (approximately 200 TB of raw capacity and 155 TB of useful capacity) starts at a budgetary pricing cost of $ 500,000.
Founded on the premise that every business is challenged to deliver cognitive, data-intensive applications, Vexata delivers 10x performance AND efficiency improvements at a fraction of the cost of existing all-flash storage solutions.
The Vexata VX100 100% Flash array is an NVMe-based fiber channel disk array with low latency, high IOPS performance, and a reasonable price. An explosive cocktail.
A basic Vexata VX100 configuration with 4 storage blades starts around $75,000, while the more robust version with 16 blades and 64 SSDs (approximately 200 TB of raw capacity and 155 TB of useful capacity) starts below $ 500,000.
Vexata was founded by former EMC and VMware executives who designed a distributed storage architecture that maximizes the performance of NVMe drives without forcing companies to rip-and-replace their infrastructure.
This architecture is currently embodied in the Vexata Fiber Channel SAN VX-100 pricing array. The system comes in the form of a 6U chassis that accommodates up to 16 storage blades, each equipped with 4 NVMe SSDs (ie 64 disks per bay). These blades are actually motorized microservers by ARM Cavium processors, whose mission is to extract the maximum performance from NVMe SSDs while delivering optimal latency.