MPSTOR is a supplier of storage array systems, providing solutions to OEMs and to data centres who are seeking a flexible, scalable and resilient platform on which to build a storage, public cloud or private cloud service.
MPSTOR’s core expertise is in software defined storage, which provides the service consumer with invisible, programmable and automated storage infrastructure, creating the perception of infinite flexibility in terms of scale and quality of service.
MPSTOR’s engineers have storage in their DNA, many having over twenty years of software and hardware storage design experience. We pride ourselves in providing reliable, easy-to-use and easy-to-support software products and we work closely with our OEM and system integrator partners to deliver full turnkey solutions.
OrkestraTM – SAM (Storage Array Management) Orkestra SAM AFA-60 is an all flash high availability storage array for todays “disaggregated data centers” who use high performance storage to drive business advantage and profits. The AFA-60 provides the highest performance as measured by SPC xyz over a range of metrics including cost per IOPS, IOPS per rack U space and IOPS per watts.
High Performance: The AFA-60’s 2U high level of performance supports faster, even real time, analytics, allowing new decision-making power and business opportunities. The AFA-60 increases competitive advantage by speeding up time-to-market for data-driven businesses and providing better, faster service to users.
High Efficiency: The SSD cost is the dominant cost in all-flash-arrays, optimising the SSD performance in terms of IOPS/disk, form factor and power provides the greatest return of investment and business benefit to the end-user. The optimised AFA-60 allows data-centres to scale the number end-users who can enjoy the benefits of low latency optimised storage.
Advanced Volume services: There are many workloads in the datacentre, some may be suitable for compression and de-duplication. The AFA-60 allows storage to be flexibily provisioned when required with de-duplication and compression.
Most datacenter applications are multi-tenant configurations, without proper control badly behaved applications can impact negatively on high priority critical applications.