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Infinidat Expands InfiniBox Line with New Solid-State Array for Demanding Enterprise Applications 

WALTHAM, Mass., June 16, 2021 -- Infinidat, a leading provider of enterprise-class storage solutions, today announced the new InfiniBox SSA, a groundbreaking solid-state array that delivers a high performance for the most demanding enterprise applications. The InfiniBox SSA is powered by Infinidat’s deep learning software algorithms and extensive DRAM cache. It will consistently deliver performance and latency results that surpass all-flash arrays (AFAs), according to the company, while providing the same acclaimed customer experience, 100 percent availability, and uncompromising reliability of the InfiniBox.

“The innovation of our new solid-state array is squarely focused on demanding enterprise applications requiring the highest levels of performance with consistent, predictable low latency for virtually every I/O,” said Phil Bullinger, CEO at Infinidat. “Our established InfiniBox system disrupts conventional all-flash arrays, delivering a unique and very compelling combination of performance, scale, availability and cost for the vast majority of enterprise workloads. The InfiniBox SSA now extends our capabilities to meet the most intensive enterprise storage requirements.”

The new InfiniBox SSA expands the award-winning InfiniBox family and is the company’s first 100 percent solid-state technology for persistent storage which, when coupled with Infinidat’s patented Neural Cache deep learning software, takes the groundbreaking performance of the InfiniBox array to the next level. The InfiniBox SSA for profiles requiring consistent ultra-low latency is complementary to the standard InfiniBox system for general-purpose applications, which are the vast majority of enterprise applications. A common software base between the standard InfiniBox and new InfiniBox SSA provides seamless, transparent data mobility between the platforms, enabling customers to reduce overall TCO while optimizing latency based on application demands.

Feedback from global customers who have already evaluated and deployed the InfiniBox SSA has been exceedingly positive. InfiniBox SSA derives its faster-than-AFA performance through the extensive use of DRAM cache enabled by Infinidat’s patented Neural Cache software. DRAM and solid-state drives (SSDs) are both solid-state technologies, but DRAM is an order of magnitude faster than flash-based SSDs.

"The InfiniBox architecture has been a game-changer for us, as it helps us meet our SLAs to the business around performance, guaranteed 100% availability, support and ease of use," said Matt Bieri, Chief Information Officer at Tyler Technologies. "Our most demanding applications, representing about 5 percent of our workload, require sustained sub-millisecond latency. We're excited to bring in the InfiniBox SSA, which leverages the same InfiniBox architecture, Neural Cache and feature-set, for these ultra-high performance workloads."

By offering both the InfiniBox and the InfiniBox SSA systems, Infinidat enables large enterprise customers to consolidate and address their application workloads with the right mix of performance and latency at the right cost. Not only do users of the InfiniBox SSA get the blazing speed, but they also benefit from the ease of use, scalability, high availability, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) that have put the InfiniBox platform in high demand among enterprises and service providers alike.


The InfiniBox SSA is generally available (GA) today.

For more information about the InfiniBox SSA, click here.

About Infinidat

Infinidat helps enterprises and service providers empower their data-driven competitive advantage at scale. Infinidat’s software-focused architecture delivers sub-millisecond latency, 100% availability, and scalability with a significantly lower total cost of ownership than competing storage technologies. The company was founded by storage industry pioneer, Moshe Yanai, in 2011 and has shipped over 7.1EB worldwide to date. The corporate headquarters are based in Herzliya, Israel, and U.S. headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts. For more information, visit

Source: Infinidat

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