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Partner Supporting Quotes

“Broadcom is pleased to be working with Pure Storage on their NVMe-oF DirectFlash platform,” said Dan Harding, VP of Marketing for the Compute and Connectivity Division at Broadcom. “Pure Storage is an innovator in the all-flash array market, and Broadcom is a leader in RDMA based NICs with speeds up to 200 Gbps. Together, we believe we will achieve unprecedented levels of IOPS performance with lowest latencies in the industry.”


“Cisco and Pure Storage have been great partners in Data Center Solutions providing our customers with a range of advanced technological innovations,” said Siva Sivakumar, Senior Director, Data Center Solutions at Cisco. “Pure’s new capability of NVMe-oF when coupled with fabric based Cisco UCS platform can deliver greater value to our FlashStack customers, thus easing their IT modernization journey.”


"Marvell® FastLinQ® 25GbE Ethernet NICs, with Universal RDMA are designed to accelerate access to shared storage while offloading server CPU,” said Vikram Karvat, Vice President and General Manager of Server Connectivity Business Unit, Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. “The combination of Marvell NVMe-oF RoCE technology and Pure Storage DirectFlash Fabric will provide enterprise data-centers with an innovative solution delivering the performance and enterprise data services required to fuel the next generation of cloud-native apps.”


“Pure Storage continues to lead the enterprise flash storage market with innovative technology such as NVMe over Fabrics over RoCE and an end-to-end NVMe solution using their DirectFlash Fabric,” said Rob Davis, VP of Storage Technology, Mellanox Technologies.  “As applications become more demanding, servers get faster, and customers implement faster storage solutions like the Pure FlashArray//X, Mellanox ConnectX® adapters and Spectrum switches provide the end-to-end networking for the DirectFlash Fabric, with leading low latency and high bandwidth performance over RoCE at 25, 50, and 100GbE speeds.”  


Red Hat
"As organizations undergo digital transformation, they want the assurance that the products and solutions they choose to be jointly tested and supportable for production use," said Mike Werner, Senior Director, Global Technology Ecosystems, Red Hat. “Enabling customer success often requires a broad ecosystem working together to advance industry standards and to certify solutions that have been tested to work together. We are happy to collaborate with companies like Pure Storage, for its DirectFlash Fabric as it provides rich, enterprise data services to web-scale applications for our joint customers.”

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