I mentioned Tegile as a relatively and excellent new player in the all-flash array market. They have been producing hybrid arrays (a combination of flash and HDDs) and have recently released all-flash arrays. Again, avoiding the mistakes of past flash array companies they have offered an extremely well-thought out architecture. They include the usual suspects of data reductions and protocols that enterprise require.
Narayan provides a nice overview of Tegile’s products and features.
This is an excellent and detailed overview of their Intelliflash architecture.
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