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HP rolls out 3PAR all-flash arrays, steps up pricing assault

26/08/2015 by Sharon Shahzad


Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday outlined new 3PAR storage systems for flash deployments.

The rollout comes as storage giants are increasingly targeting all-flash deployments as well as hybrid data centers. Flash storage is typically used for fast data crunching and analytics.

HP is battling everyone from EMC to Pure Storage to NetApp to Dell in the flash storage system market. HP's storage systems are meant to ride shotgun with its architecture, data services and converged systems.

The company's rollouts include:

  • All-flash HP 3PAR StoreServ 8000 systems that start at $19,479.
  • An all-flash starter kit that includes 2 controllers, eight drives and support starting at $99,995.
  • The 20450 all-flash arrays starting at $85,167.
  • 3PAR Priority Optimization, a part of the company's data optimization suite, starting at $1,210.
  • Storage software additions such as HP Smart SAN 1.0 for 3PAR StorServ 7000 and 8000 models as well as RMV-V 1.2.

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