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LSI Nytro Product Family Overview - New WarpDrive XD Revealed and more - Dividing the Pie, or in this Case the Triangle

What we dubbed as the LSI WarpCache has been revealed. LSI didn't use our product name, but instead went with Nytro WarpDrive. See it and the rest of the Nytro family of products right here.

| Editorials in Storage | Posted: Apr 2, 2012 5:35 pm
Manufacturer: LSI

Dividing the Pie, or in this Case the Triangle

 

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Not every server requires the same amount of storage acceleration and to address costs, application needs and existing structure LSI has created three distinct products.

 

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At the tier 0 level, where application speed and performance are hungry for bandwidth, LSI has placed WarpDrive or in many circumstances chosen by the customer a group of WarpDrives.

 

Next down the list is the most innovative product on the list. With the acceleration power of WarpDrive and a new seamless software layer called Nytro XD, existing and new off location large SAN, iSCSI and other arrays benefit from flash caching of data.

 

The third and final hardware solutions is Nytro MegaRAID a cross breed between a WarpDrive and MegaRAID controller that allows storage closer to the host system to be accelerated. Nytro MegaRAID accelerates DAS storage.

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