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FMS 2014 - Enmotus demonstrates their FuzeDrive acceleration program

Enmotus demonstrates their FuzeDrive product working in tandem with the ArxCis-NV from Viking Technology.

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Published Wed, Aug 13 2014 11:41 AM CDT   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:15 PM CDT

Flash Memory Summit 2014 - Andy Mills from Enmotus demonstrated their Storage MicroVirtualization and MicroTiering data storage solution for us in the Viking Technology booth. The software collaboration with Viking Technology and their ArxCis-NV product allows for a more diverse application of NVDIMM technology. We also engaged in a deeper conversation with Enmotus on FuzeDrive's capabilities here.

The FuzeDrive software takes a new approach to combining the speed of flash with the capacity of HDDs. Users can install any SSD of their choice, be it m.2, PCIe, SATA, or SAS, and use it to accelerate the underlying HDD storage. Thee Enmotus software intelligently analyzes the data patterns and decides which data to promote to the flash storage. The software works at the block level, so users can still leverage RAID configurations to provide HA capabilities.

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