In a digital-first economy, adaptation is key for business success. Over the years, the IBM FlashSystem platform has undergone changes to adapt to today’s needs. These changes include better flash management and durability, data encryption, hybrid cloud capabilities and a form factor change.
1. High density storage
With storage solutions moving toward the cloud or some hybrid formation, new hardware is needed to keep pace. IBM FlashSystem provides hybrid cloud solutions for maximum cost savings and business agility for data on premises and in your cloud.
2. Ease of storage expansion
A key advantage of the IBM FlashSystem family is that users can expand their storage easily. As companies grow, FlashSystem storage hardware can easily scale to accommodate any workload. In particular, the FlashSystem 5200 ups the ante within the distributed storage marketplace.
3. Twice the performance of other brands
The IBM FlashSystem family is the most powerful and compact storage system IBM has ever created. Boosted by IBM Spectrum Virtualize, FlashSystem offers powerful data management and hybrid cloud functionality. It offers performance to match almost any workload — in a smaller unit, making it easier to deploy.
4. Improved cyber resilience
As cybersecurity continues to be a major concern, companies need hardware equipped with powerful defense solutions. The full range of IBM FlashSystem storage solutions offers safeguarded copy and encryption, enabling dual layers of protection from malware and other cyberthreats.