"The raw performance is extraordinary and we now supply Cloud services to five different media companies who each have their own virtual data centre. This enables them to broadcast valuable content in a totally secure and seamless fashion"
Martin Bradburn, CEO, Pea Soup
Pea Soup was founded in 2014 by two enterprise computing veterans who believed they could revolutionise Cloud Computing. It aims to simplify Cloud provisioning in order to more easily deliver computing solutions to its customers. The essential method of doing so was to build it as an entirely software-defined environment.
Pea Soup needed a resilient, flexible and high-performing server platform to host its innovative software-defined Cloud. Finding a compatible and versatile RAID controller was a key part of bringing its vision to life.
Working with global reseller Arrow, the company installed six Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX300 S8 servers with the potential to scale to host thousands of virtual machines and 4.4PB of storage. At its heart is the Fujitsu RAID Controller D3116C.
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