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Hyve Solutions Qualifies Micron’s 7400 E1.S SSDs For Polaris 9219 Platform

Leading-edge storage takes advantage of PCIe Gen4 performance, design flexibility for Edge Computing

Hyve Solutions Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of TD SYNNEX Corporation  and a leading provider of hyperscale digital infrastructures, announced it has qualified Micron’s data center and enterprise-optimized 7400 E1.S SSDs with NVMe for its configurable Polaris 9219 platform.

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The Micron® 7400 E1.S SSDs with NVMe utilizes the PCIe Gen4 performance and design flexibility of Hyve’s Polaris 9219 system. The solution combines extraordinary performance with the flexibility of supporting workloads from Edge to Cloud making the 7400 E1.S SSDs particularly well-suited for Hyve’s configurable, high-volume Polaris 9219 server.

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“We designed the E1.S form factor into our systems portfolio because it addresses several pain points for customers, such as flexibility, heat dissipation, optimal performance/power, energy savings through improved thermal cooling capabilities, and rack consolidation through storage per node improvements,” said Jay Shenoy, vice president of technology at Hyve. “Our deep and productive relationship with Micron further underscores our obsession to deliver unparalleled innovation.”

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“Storage architects are rapidly migrating from legacy technologies to PCIe and NVMe SSDs and adopting flash-optimized form factors as they seek a secure platform that maximizes performance to support a broad set of enterprise applications,” said Jeremy Werner, corporate vice president and general manager of Micron’s Storage Business Unit. “Pairing the Micron 7400 SSD’s PCIe Gen4 performance, density and leading-edge security capabilities with Hyve’s innovative, highly flexible Polaris server creates a powerful solution designed for modern edge deployments.”

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