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Options Collaborates with Pure Storage on All-Flash Storage-as-a-Service

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Options, a provider of cloud-enabled managed services, has collaborated with Pure Storage to deliver all-NVMe (non-volatile memory express), all-flash cloud storage to capital markets. Built on Storage-as-a-Service infrastructure from Pure Storage, the solution allows Options’ customers to reliably store data at scale and access the information instantly across its global financial network. Customers can also more effectively deploy containerised environments, large-scale datasets and other low-latency applications. Options’ Pure as-a-Service deployment will be integrated into the firm’s enterprise-grade network, comprised of 40+ data centre sites worldwide.

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