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Plextor Ready To Reveal New M6 SSD At Flash Memory Summit 2013

Plextor is slated to give a sneak preview of their new M6 SSD at the Flash Memory Summit and Exhibition to be held August 13-15 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. The M6 features the next generation of Plextor’s proprietary TrueSpeed technology that works in tandem with the Marvell 88SS9187 controller for enhanced performance and reliability. …

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Practical Enterprise Virtualization Applications Help Boost Validity Of Tegile’s Zebi Hybrid Storage Arrays

Charlotte, NC-based Hedrick Gardner Kincheloe & Garofalo LLP, one of the region’s premier law firms, has installed two of Tegile Systems’ Zebi hybrid storage arrays to meet its expanding capacity and virtualization needs. As Hedrick Gardner increasingly moved to a virtual infrastructure, it reached the capacity limits with its existing HP iSCSI SAN arrays, encompassing 4TB of capacity across two …

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Diablo Technologies Unveils Memory Channel Storage; Outperforms Enterprise SSD And PCIe Flash Solutions

Diablo Technologies has introduced Memory Channel Storage™ (MCS™), a transformational new storage and system memory solution, resetting the bar for latency and throughput for enterprise applications. Diablo leveraged its extensive experience in advanced memory channel interfaces and protocols to deliver a superior system architecture that directly attaches persistent memory to the host processors of a server or storage array. This …

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Tegile, Cisco, and VMware VDI FlashPack Bundle Revealed at Cisco Live 2013, Features Tegile Zebi HA2100 Hybrid Storage Array

We have been documenting the recent advancements of the partnership between Tegile Systems, Cisco, and VMware for the past few months. While the joint parties have been revealing reference designs and architectures, it is today that they finally reveal their work at Cisco Live – an event at the  Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, taking place from June …

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Toshiba Announces Next Generation Solid State Hybrid Drives

Toshiba Electronics Europe is announcing the launch of their next generation of solid state hybrid drive (SSHD) that combines the large capacities of an HDD with the speed increases of an SSD.  The new versions merge 8GB of NAND flash memory with up to 500GB of HDD rotating disc storage in a 2.5″ X 7mm form factor.  These lower profile …

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Skyera Adds Unified SAN/NAS To SkyHawk Series Enterprise SSD Storage Systems

Skyera has announced that it has added NAS to the company’s skyHawk series of solid-state storage systems. With SAN and NAS connectivity, the company’s unified storage vision is complete. The skyHawk series of enterprise solid-state storage systems are based entirely on latest generation Multi Level Cell (MLC) NAND Flash in a compact half-depth 1u form factor with a staggering 44 …

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Andy Tomlin Joins Skyera As New Chief Architect, Company Assembling “Best Flash Controller Team On The Planet”

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Skyera Inc. has announced that it has added 25-year storage veteran Andy Tomlin to its management team as Chief Architect. Tomlin will lead the design, development and execution of the future product roadmap for the company’s skyHawk series of enterprise solid-state storage systems. In addition to his service within the general storage industry, Tomlin has spent more than 10 years …

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Skyera Reveals RAID 5 Hinders Reliability Of SSD Arrays

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RAID-5 is a well-proven technique for creating hard disk arrays that can withstand the failure of a single disk drive with no data loss. But applying the same RAID-5 concepts to SSD arrays can have the opposite effect and contribute to decreased data reliability, according to Skyera Inc., founded by an executive and engineering team with unsurpassed backgrounds in the …

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Samsung Begins Mass Producing 128GBPS MLC NAND Chips Using Sub-20 nm Architecture

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., A global force in NAND technology, is announcing mass production of a 128Gb, 3-bit multi-level-cell (MLC) NAND chip. Now breaking the 20nm barrier, this new architecture is classified as 10 nanometer (nm)-class process technology. These advanced, high density memory chips will enable even larger capacities for embedded NAND storage, and especially for solid state drives (SSDs). …

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