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Tintri Reveals Next-Gen Virtualization and Cloud Storage Systems

Tintri, a producer of virtualization and cloud storage products, has launched its next generation of products, the Tintri VMstore T600 series, which supports twice as many virtual machines per system than its predecessors.

The Tintri VMstore T600 series includes two models, the T620 and T650. According to the company, the T620 is designed for mid-sized deployments, such as Microsoft applications, server consolidation, and desktop virtualization, while the T650 is designed for large deployments, such as virtualized Tier 1 apps, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and server consolidation.

The T600 series expands Tintri's line of Zero Management Storage solutions, which are intended to make it easier and more cost effective to maximize the benefits of server and desktop virtualization deployments. The T620 and T650 are based on the company's patented Tintri FlashFirst design, which requires no initial setup or ongoing administration, according to the company.

Key features of the Tintri VMstore T600 series include:

  • Support for up to 500 VMs with the T620 or up to 2,000 VMs with the T650;
  • Form factor of 4 rack units (4U) for the T650;
  • Sub-millisecond input-output latencies.

The company also announced its Tintri Global Center control platform, which supports global scaling of multiple Tintri VMstore systems and enables them to function as a single unit. Tintri Global Center features centralized administration, control, and reporting for up to 32 VMstore systems and their resident VMs. According to the company, Tintri Global Center also enables organizations to extend the functionality of Tintri Zero Management Storage solutions using REST APIs for automation.

The Tintri VMstore T600 series can be ordered now and will begin shipping in the fourth quarter of this year. Further information about the Tintri VMstore T600 Series and Tintri Global Center can be found at

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Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at

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