Compare Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series vs. NetApp NVMe AFF A800

Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series is ranked 9th in NVMe while NetApp NVMe AFF A800 is ranked 4th in NVMe. Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series is rated 0, while NetApp NVMe AFF A800 is rated 0. On the other hand, Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series is most compared with , whereas NetApp NVMe AFF A800 is most compared with Dell EMC PowerMax NVMe and IBM FlashSystem 9100 NVMe.
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Hitachi VSP 5000, Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform 5000NetApp NVMe, AFF A800
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The patented Hitachi Accelerated Fabric allows Hitachi Storage Virtualization Operating System RF (SVOS RF) to offload I/O traffic as you scale out your data platform, delivering up to 21 million IOPS. Mixing NVMe and SAS flash together allows you to get the most economic $/GB rates available up to 69PB of capacity. And the platform is backed with a 100% data-availability guarantee.

Your data is a gold mine. Get the most out of it - faster - with AFF A800. Designed for NVMe media, further accelerated with NVMe/FC connectivity to the host, AFF A800 all-flash systems deliver an incredible sub-200 microsecond latency. Providing more than 11.4M IOPS and 300GB/s throughput in a single cluster, AFF A800 redefines the limit of what’s possible with artificial intelligence and deep learning.

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