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Products & innovations Exertis Extends Connect Range Tegile Unveils New Multi-Tiered Flash Storage Platform Tegile Systems has announced availability of the next- generation release of its flagship IntelliFlash HD multi-tiered flash storage platform. The new IntelliFlash HD allows businesses to take advantage of Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe), without the risk or resources required by other storage vendors. The new series contains the highest density flash available on the market, provides full encryption, and can store 30 per cent more petabytes of data for any application use case and every workload, at a fraction of the normal cost. It is powered by IntelliFlash OS 3.7, the newest iteration of Tegile’s flash optimised storage architecture. IntelliFlash HD is ideal for medium and large enterprises that are looking to accelerate business applications, eliminate storage silos and pursue data centre consolidation. Tegile’s line of high density persistent memory systems deliver unparalleled price and performance at massive scale. Notable benefits of Tegile’s IntelliFlash HD include: High capacity density; faster performance and data reduction efficiency at scale. For further information visit: www.tegile.com Exertis has announced that it has extended its Connect range of cables, connectors and accessories. As well as the existing range of high quality AV, IT, and networking options it has now included power cables, patch panels and a whole host of accessories. Kirk Harris, Exertis, connect business manager said, ‘We are delighted to be able to offer our resellers an even wider range of products from the Connect catalogue with over 3,000 products available, making us the go to distributor for connectivity needs. Our customers already buy infrastructure, IT, audio and visual products from Exertis and these provide enhanced margin opportunities.’ The new Connect catalogue provides comprehensive information to help customers choose the right option including definitions, usage and wiring diagrams, as well as practical advice. Resellers have been complimentary about the brand. Stuart Starkey, Pioneer Group, operations manager said, ‘We chose the Connect range for a large digital menu board rollout; we have 4,500 of these out in the field and have had no failures to date and continue to use this range.’ For further information visit: www.exertis.co.uk Next Time… cooling As well as its regular range of features and news items, the April issue of Data Centre News will contain major features on cooling. To make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to advertise your products to this exclusive readership, call Michael on 01634 673163 or email michael.sheridan@allthingsmedialtd.com. 48 | July 2017 data centre news