Datacenter XLR8r

Posted by on Nov 6, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whiptail Tech Datacenter XLR8r provides the solution to the biggest challenge of deploying and scaling a virtual infrastructure; performance. Period.

…and physics. Thanks to the legacy speed limitations of traditional disk drives – stuck at 15,000 RPM and a turtle-esque sustained 200 IO operations per second – enterprises have been forced to dramatically over-provision their storage infrastructure to gain even moderate performance increases. End this cycle of poor data & application delivery. Support your servers with the flash based storage that can handle their IO demands. WhipTail’s DatacenterXLR8r offers your applications a performance pool of 250,000 IO per second.  Making it the first enterprise-class, yet cost-effective,fully flash-based storage array. SQL & Oracle reports that took days or hours can now take minutes or seconds.Outlook can now quickly retrieve data from your Microsoft Exchange server. Customers wait seconds instead of minutes for your Online Transaction Processing.

IOs: it’s 2011, do you know what an IO costs your enterprise?


We Do: It’s big, it’s bad and it’s killing your budget.

  • Reduce your IT spending on storage,
  • reduce your need of space
  • end the mindless short-stroking

One XLR8r Unit replaces 6 fully loaded racks of traditional
HDD storage.


download the
ESG Lab Validation for the Whiptail-XLR8r
IOPS:  250,000 WRITE
Capacity:  1.5TB, 3.0TB, 6.0TB, & 12.0TB
Interfaces:  Gigabit Ethernet (2)
Option of: (Quad) 10 Gb/s Ethernet, (Dual) 10 Gb/s Ethernet, (Quad) 1 Gb/s Ethernet, (Dual) IB 40 Gb/s, (Dual) FC 4 or 8 Gb/s
Latency:  0.1 ms
Bandwidth:  1.9 Gb/s
RAID Support:  0, 5, 6, 10
Power Consumption


Technical information, content and graphics courtesy of whiptail tech

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