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Pure Storage Says Data Centers Shouldn’t Pay More for NVMe Flash Arrays

Pure Storage is ready to help companies embrace artificial intelligence and the emerging NVMe flash storage revolution.

The pioneer in all-flash storage arrays has introduced a new generation of data center storage gear that supports the NVMe protocol, which significantly speeds up application performance.

Pure Storage, based in Mountain View, California, also rolled out a new pay-as-you-go pricing model for its on-premises storage gear and released a new entry-level AI converged-infrastructure appliance that makes it faster and easier for organizations to deploy data analytics.

The company, which competes against the likes of Dell EMC, Hitachi, IBM, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and NetApp in the all-flash storage market, made the series of announcements at its Pure Accelerate conference in San Francisco Wednesday.

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