Taipei City, Taiwan – July 5, 2018 - QSAN Technology Inc. today has officially passed the VMmark 3 benchmark test with its XCubeSAN XS5226D.
What is VMmark3?
VMmark is a free tool that is used to accurately measure the performance and scalability of virtualization environments. The VMmark benchmark combines commonly-virtualized applications into predefined bundles called “tiles.” The VMmark 3 score is determined by the number of VMmark tiles a virtualized platform can run, as well as the cumulative performance of those tiles and a variety of platform-level workloads.
How did QSAN do?
The results of the VMmark3 test ran by StorageReview showed that the QSAN XCubeSAN XS5226D scored 10.85 @ 10 tiles, putting QSAN at the number 1* spot in the 10-tile gamut.
“Since the introduction of the QSAN XCubeSAN XS5200 product series, our storage systems have been demonstrating solid performance and have now achieved a new top score in the VMmark 3 test results, scoring a proud 10.85 at 10 tiles,” said Wilson Fang, SAN Product Manager at QSAN. “We are working diligently to enable customers running VMware to achieve new levels of efficiency and integration, especially in mission-critical environments such as very dense web, database, or large-scale email services,” added Fang.
QSAN Technology, leading storage technology designer and manufacturer, was founded in July 2004. Building on our vast experience in the industry, QSAN strives to build enterprise class storage systems that provide outstanding performance, secure data protection and comprehensive data management. QSAN endeavors to provide the industry with high quality data storage systems that are simple, secure, scalable and reliable. For more information, please visit www.QSAN.com