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LSI Nytro WarpDrive and VMware Horizon View Collaboration demonstrates breakthrough virtual desktop scalability and application performance

LSI Corporation has announced that it is working closely with VMware to deliver breakthrough virtual desktop density for VMware Horizon View deployments. Collaborative testing with VMware Horizon View using a single LSI Nytro WarpDrive application acceleration card achieved concurrent support for 200 active virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) workloads on a two-node cluster with no storage latency. “Our testing of the …

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LSI Ships Over 40,000 Nytro Cards, Becomes Second-Largest Supplier Of Enterprise PCI-E Flash Adapters

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LSI Corporation announced that it has moved into the No. 2 position in the rapidly growing enterprise PCIe flash adapter market segment, according to leading market research firms. Since the introduction of the Nytro™ product portfolio in April 2012, the company has shipped more than 40,000 Nytro flash adapters. Demand reflects the needs of hyper scale web and cloud datacenters, financial services and other enterprises to …

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LSI Extends PCIe Flash-Caching to EMC and Cisco Blade Products

LSI has put together a little something for the Cisco servers of the world. Leveraging EMC VFCache caching software and LSI’s Nytro WarpDrive PCIe solutions, LSI intends to extend PCIe SSD caching to EMC’s storage systems attached to Cisco’s Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers. The goal is to reduce latency and service times in storage transactions coming from EMC’s storage …

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LSI Purchase of SandForce – Our Discussion With VP Gary Smerdon

LSI has announced their purchase of SandForce Technology for approximately $400 million, a number which is oddly close to their sale of their Engenio Storage Business Unit. After removing itself from the external storage systems business which was primarily based on hard drives earlier this year, LSI has just put in place what they believe to be the main component …

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