Your 24×7 operations have no tolerance for inconsistent performance or unplanned disruptions. FlashArray//C is enterprise ready and provides proven six-nines of availability, non-disruptive upgrades, and consistent single-millisecond latency for the most demanding environments.


1. All-Flash for All Workloads

The all-QLC FlashArray//C is so cost-effective for capacity-oriented workloads that you can say goodbye to hard disk drives and hybrid arrays. And FlashArray//X is ideal for performance-oriented workloads. Put them together, and you can manage everything from a single pane of glass in Purity.

2. Guaranteed Data Efficiency

Pure DirectFlash modules and unique data-reduction technologies combine to deliver the most usable effective capacity. Your capacity-sensitive workloads benefit from the same Purity advanced data services as your most business-critical performance-sensitive workloads.

3. Highest Reliability, Best Configuration Options

Delivering 99.9999% availability with effective capacity options between 797TB in 3U all the way to 7.3PB in 9U, FlashArray//C is latency-tolerant, designed for availability, and meets the capacity expansion requirements of data-intensive workloads.

4. Additional Features Included

A 100% non-disruptive architecture with a flexible buying program, Evergreen™ frees you from the complexities, risk, and expensive upgrades of legacy storage. Get all the features of Purity—including ActiveCluster™ synchronous replication over Fibre Channel or Ethernet—at no additional cost.

FlashArray//C Specifications




Up to 1.9PB/1.4PiB effective capacity** 

Up to 494TB/449TiB raw capacity

97.7 lbs (44.3Kg) fully loaded
5.12” x 18.94” x 29.72” chassis


Up to 7.3PB/6.6PiB effective capacity** 

Up to 1.9PB/1.7PiB raw capacity

97.7-185.4 lbs (44.3-84.1 kg) fully loaded
5.12”-18.94” x 18.94” x 29.72”

[**] Effective capacity assumes HA, RAID, and metadata overhead, GB-to-GiB conversion, and includes the benefit of data reduction with always-on inline deduplication, compression, and pattern removal. Average data reduction is calculated at 5-to-1 and does not include thin provisioning.