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IBM DS8882F - A New DS8880 Family Member

Originally posted by: Kimmel With the R8.5 DS8880 announcement in September we got the DS8882F (533 x model 983), which is a very compact and rack-mountable version of the DS8880. It shares not only the microcode version with the other DS8880 models, but also has the same advanced function...

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IBM zHyperLink - Getting to extremely low I/O latencies

Originally posted by: Kimmel IBM zHyperLink is the result of an IBM research project which has been created to provide links between a mainframe host and storage, which have an extremely low latency. It's a completely new and different paradigm of doing I/O. Especially with flash...

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True Flash Architecture in IBM DS8870 – 250,000 IOps @ 9 TB / 1U

Originally posted by: Kimmel True flash architecture – that means being designed for the purpose of ultra-high performance from scratch, and not being limited by a Device Adapter, or FC-AL shortcomings. If you look at the specs of typical SSDs of today, each single drive could do tens of...

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Replication based Data Storage Migration document for VERITAS cluster on Solaris Operating system

Originally posted by: VipinKumarG Data Migration is always a hot topic in any Storage tech refresh requirements. One of the common mechanism of Storage data migration followed is Replication based data storage migrations which makes the huge data movement easier at storage level. Data...

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DS8000 6th Generation - DS8870 R7.2 Redbooks Appearing Soon

Originally posted by: Kimmel Several times in a row, Mainz once again had been selected to become the core ITSO Redbooks site for the updates of the main DS8000 Redbooks publications. In Q4/2012, we had hosted the Redbooks for the first generation of DS8870. In Q2...

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