Pure talks up NVMe game and claims rivals 'aren't ready for the mainstream'

Hannah Breeze
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Flash firm continues to focus on emerging tech innovation

Pure Storage has launched a new flash array product it claims is the first of its kind to include in-demand NVMe technology at a mainstream, affordable price, and it could not resist taking a swipe at rival Dell EMC in the process. The FlashArray//X product is Pure's first all-NVMe, enterprise-class technology. NVMe technology is a new protocol designed to connect flash storage with computing systems, which allows for a much higher bandwidth, making things quicker and simpler to deploy. ...

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