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In the spotlight! HPE Synergy D3940 Storage Module close-up

KailahG

In a world where quintillions of bytes of data are generated every day, storage is one of the most important assets a business needs to have plenty of in their data center. Across all industries, businesses need to be able to grow storage capacity without limitations or exorbitant costs. HPE’s composable platform, HPE Synergy, offers a direct attached storage option that can give businesses the flexibility they need to grow while keeping costs and complexity low.

The HPE Synergy D3940 Storage Module allows you to move faster to accelerate service delivery by enabling quick and easy scaling and provisioning of direct attached storage.  

A half-height, double-wide module, the HPE Synergy D3940 Storage Module has space for up to 40 small form factor drives. These drives can be provisioned to any compute within a frame, or, if running VSA, can be provisioned to any compute across frames. With each storage module holding up to 200 TB of data, IT can grow the storage capacity of a data center quickly and simply, independently of compute resources.

If you’re looking for a way to scale storage and reduce costs, HPE Synergy has what you’re looking for. In the new HPE Synergy feature below, Product Manager Mark Nickerson explains some of the benefits of the HPE Synergy D3940 Storage Module.

 

 

If you want to take an even more in-depth look at HPE Synergy, download the HPE Synergy For Dummies Guide
for free or visit hpe.com/info/synergy.

 

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