Under the agreement signed in June, IBM installed an IBM FlashSystem 710 with a capacity to handle 1 terabyte of data per system storage.
"Businesses are moving to all-flash systems to boost critical application and operational data performance, gain efficiency, and strategically deploy resources for data management," said Hyeongseok Kim, IBM Korea's Systems Technology Group Storage Division Manager.
The IBM FlashSystem, with its MicroLatency™ technology, can improve storage read/writes by as much as 20 times faster than spinning hard drives, providing organizations a storage infrastructure that can operate consistently at high performance, including during peak periods.
IBM Korea worked with local business partner Daou Technology to install the system.About Kiwoom SecuritiesFor more information on Kiwoom visit http://www.kiwoom.co.id/main.html. About IBMFor more information on IBM flash visit: www.ibm.com/systems/storage/flash/ and follow IBM Storage on Twitter @IBMStorage. Media Contacts Mike ZimmermanIBM Media Relations(914) 766-4935(585) 698-9974 (mobile) email@example.com Svetlana StavrevaExternal Relations, IBM Growth Markets +436646186851 firstname.lastname@example.org HwaYoung Kim IBM Media Relations, South Korea + 82 10 4995 5847 email@example.com SOURCE IBM
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