Tegile’s home-developed Metadata Accelerated Storage System (MASS) separates metadata from the primary data path, thus optimizing deduplication, compression, RAID and snapshot pointers and reducing tegile pricing, say Vice President of Marketing Rob Commins. It is versatile, handling block or file storage and NFS or iSCSI connectivity.
Tegile Zebi HA2400 is a hybrid NAND flash/SATA drive array designed to manage large-scale projects, such as corporate virtual desktop implementations. Featuring a multiprotocol architecture with deduplication and compression that delivers up to 125,000 IOPS, the HA2400 has enabled enterprises to double the number of applications under management, Commins said.
Tegile Zebi HA2800 is a multiprotocol, all-flash array that can be placed in front of a large pool of hard disk drives to deliver high performance. It can be augmented with an expansion chassis to expand capacity up from to 146 raw TB of capacity.
At raw capacity, before deduplication and compression, the Tegile Zebi HA2800 has been documented to reach 200,000 IOPS and sells for $2 price per GB, Commins said.