RealStor 5 series of all-flash storage and hybrid arrays, giving businesses the kind of high-performance storage that has previously only been accessible to larger data centers — now at an affordable price.

The RealStor 5 series — including the RealStor 5005 and 4005 — deliver on this, combining Seagate’s deep software stack and systems approach, including a controller architecture that taps its unique ASIC design, and enables high data availability and performance at aggressive cost points. Seagate technologies such as auto-tiering leverage the benefits of both flash and HDDs by automatically moving data to the most effective media based on application needs, further exemplifying the complementary nature of flash and HDDs in enterprise and cloud deployments. In addition, the system components are built and tested to work together, reducing failure rate and eliminating the need to upgrade an entire system instead of simply one component.

The RealStor 5005

The RealStor 5005, an all-flash array, is ideal for demanding data environments where speed and latency are critical. Think multi-branch office environments, which typically have lower capacity requirements but high performance needs. The system can achieve 400,000 IOPS at 1 millisecond latency—and at aggressive cost points. For environments where latency is paramount, the RealStor 5005 can go even further, reaching latencies sub 300 microseconds for 300,000 IOPS—far faster than the 1 millisecond classic industry benchmark for all-flash array response time.

The RealStor 4005

For organizations not needing the full horsepower offered by the RealStor 5005, the RealStor 4005 is an ideal option. It is available in three personalities: as an all-flash array, a hybrid array mixing flash with HDDs, or as an all-HDD array. The RealStor 4005 is ideal for applications like video surveillance, where quick access to some data is necessary, but a large amount of data remains “cold” and unused. The RealStor 4005 with the hybrid variant can automatically promote data to flash if fast access is required, but otherwise keeps data stored on cost effective HDDs.