The combination of Violin 6616 flash memory arrays and Dell PowerEdge R720 servers achieved a score of 11.39 @ 10 tiles, topping the best published 32-core VMmark 2.1.1 results from Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, and IBM published just a day earlier.
This is the first—but certainly not the last—Dell result to use Violin flash memory arrays as the shared storage for the virtual machines. This result showcases how Violin flash memory arrays provide breakthrough solutions that enable customers to achieve high IOPs with sustained low latencies.
Violin Systems is a participating at Dell World 2012 this week as a Bronze Sponsor. If you want to find out more about the VMark benchmark and other collaborative solutions, visit the Violin team at Booth #302. Check back soon for a conference wrap-up!