HP from its barrio has presented an enterprise-class storage disk array that makes available to clienteles lower total cost of ownership (TCO) aimed at traditional storage workloads in mission-critical environments.
Colossal enterprises from their part bank on mission-critical applications to torque their businesses, which means that applications as well as data must remain available at all times, minus exception. To ensure business continuity, enterprises entail storage solutions that are designed to maintain high levels of data availability as well as continuous disaster recovery protection. To be able to drive greater enterprise efficacy, storage systems that serve these mission-critical environments must also drive greater storage consolidation, afford extremely high performance levels besides offering the lowest possible TCO without compromising data availability or data protection.
As stated by a HP release the HP XP7 Storage offers a combination of six 9s-or 99.9999 percent-uptime, which translates to less than 31.5 seconds of application downtime per year, as well as always-on disaster recovery protection, increased system density and ultra-high, flash-driven performance.
HP XP7 Storage will be available in May 2014, starting at US$462,000.