In September 2013, EMC released its next generation of mid-market storage arrays, the VNX2. This release is a complete re-write of the code used in the previous generation. Among other things, this array is designed specifically for use of optimizing performance via tiered storage, especially flash or solid state drive (SSD). (For information on other storage tiers, read Scott Lowe’s article on how SAS, Near Line SAS, and SATA disks compare.)
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