Hitachi Vantara Launches Data Center Flash Storage, AI Ops Software Platforms

Hitachi Vantara has introduced artificial intelligence operations software offerings and flash storage systems designed to help customers modernize data centers.

The company said Wednesday it launched Hitachi Infrastructure Analytics AdvisorHitachi Automation Director and Hitachi Data Instance Director offerings as part of its AI operations software platforms portfolio.

HIAA works to predict and address data center requirements through the use of machine learning and predictive analytics, while HAD is designed to facilitate the delivery of information technology resources. HDID works to help build and manage policy-based workflows through copy data management.

The company also unveiled Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F and G series systems designed to help organizations build an agile data infrastructure by supporting multi-cloud integration efforts, speed up analytics processing and meeting various workload requirements. The VSP platforms run on Hitachi Storage Virtualization Operating System SVOS RF – and are supported by the company’s flat service model.

VSP F series systems are all-flash platforms that include VSP F700 and VSP F900 systems and midrange models VSP F350 and F370.

The company’s VSP G series includes hybrid flash G700 and G900 systems and midrange models such as G350 and G370.

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