by Adam Armstrong

Violin Memory Flash Storage Platform Becomes VMware Ready

Violin Memory, Inc. announced that its Violin 7300 Flash Storage Platform has achieved VMware Ready Status. VMware Ready Status indicates that after a detailed validation process the Violin 7300 FSP has achieved VMware’s highest level of endorsement. Violin is also announcing that they have been certified with VMware Horizon Fast Track 2.0 Proven Storage.

The 7300 is a 3U all-flash rack unit and utilizes fourth generation Flash Fabric Architecture to set new levels of performance, scale, and density at a per-gigabyte cost 25% lower than its competition. The 7300 FSP offers up to 217TB of effective capacity, block-level inline deduplication and compression (that can be turned off to optimize performance), support for up to 5,000 virtual desktops per system, and can consolidate Tier-0, Tier-1, and Tier-3 workloads. Now being VMware Ready and certified for VMware Horizon Fast Track 2.0 Proven Storage, end users have a seamless and easy to manage VDI platform that can cost-effectively scale as business requires.

VMware Ready designates VMware’s highest level of endorsement for products and solutions created by our established partners. VMware Technology Alliance Partner members can develop their products and solutions to meet VMware standards and submit them for testing and review. Products and solutions that meet VMware Ready requirements will display the VMware Ready Logo.


The VMware Ready Violin 7300 Flash Storage Platform is available now.

Violin 7300 Flash Storage Platform

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