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"In building Verizon Cloud, we set out to vastly improve public cloud performance and deliver control and flexibility to the user," said
John Considine, chief technology officer of Verizon Terremark. "HGST's reputation for high-performance and reliable SSDs fit our vision and assures Verizon Cloud has a solid foundation."
"Verizon's selection of the s800 Series for Verizon Cloud validates HGST's critical role in cloud computing and enterprise storage," said
Steve Campbell, chief technology officer of HGST. "Our solid-state storage solutions are enabling new cloud architectures, whereby traditional data centers are giving way to software-defined and flash-driven storage and hardware consolidation, delivering maximized per-user performance more efficiently."
Verizon Cloud puts control in the hands of the user, allowing them to dial up or down virtual machine and network settings. This provides predictable performance for mission-critical applications. Verizon Cloud leverages the HGST SSDs' high speeds, range of capacities, and reliability to meet the users' needs for performance, flexibility and data security. The 2.5-inch s800 Series SSDs, with capacities of up to two terabytes, deliver ultra-high transactional performance for cloud computing, server and storage applications. The drives also control total cost of ownership through low power consumption, efficient cooling and flash-endurance features that are among the industry's most advanced.