Tag Archives: Pcie

Nimbus Data Announces E-Series SSD Array And Gives HDDs A Run For Their Money

Nimbus Data, well known for their enterprise storage systems, has unveiled their new E-Series storage array. The E-Class products will offer software support for iSCSI, FibreChannel, Infiniband, 1Gbe and 10 Gbe interfaces. In addition, they will be compatible with both NFS (network file system) and CIFS (common internet file system). The new product can also function as a giant RAID device, and includes RAID …

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NVMe Work Group Releases NVMe Windows and Linux PCIe SSD Drivers

The NVM Express working group has announced the release of Windows and Linux PCIe SSD drivers based on the NVM Express standard. The Windows driver was a collaborative effort of IDT, Intel, and LSI Sandforce and will be available under a BSD license. It will support all the mandatory features of the new spec. The Linux driver will be released …

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BitMicro Announces TALINO-DE Controller With 5 TB SSDs On The Road Map

BitMicro Networks, well known for their industrial and military class SSD products, has announced the successful tape out of their new TALINO-DE SSD controller. Aimed squarely at the enterprise and government sectors, the TALINO-DE will enable SSD capacities of up to 5 TB. Other features include full data path protection, end-to-end data integrity, hardware AES encryption, embedded XOR engines for enhanced raid …

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SandForce Integration Into LSI Complete

A quick note sent to me first thing this morning confirmed that the LSI integration of SandForce is underway and it is a done deal. If you have any former SandForce contacts, simply change the ‘@SandForce.com’ to @lsi.com’ and thats that. Trust me when I say that this is going to mean BIG things in the PCI Express market but …

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SSD Types and Form Factors – An SSD Primer

Our SSD close up today is going to examine the different SSD types and form factors common to the consumer. This is the third paper in a series of recent articles that explained the benefits and components of a solid state drive and will go so far as to make up our SSD Beginners Guide.  Each article is designed to …

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Micron mSATA SSD and MLC PCIe Card Visible on Micron SSD RoadMap

Our featured shot displays the new Micron mSATA 6Gbps prototype which just may be seen in new release laptops and net books early next year. Of course it features Micron NAND flash memory and would also contain the newly updated Marvell controller which would make this SSD one powerful piece of hardware. The shot was released at the recent Needham …

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OCZ Updates RevoDrive 3 SSD Lines With MaxIOPS Edition

It hasn’t even been 2 days since our exclusive news that Super Talent was going to enter the PCIe SSD arena that OCZ ups the ante once more which officially makes them one tough act to follow. Today, OCZ officially announced the upgrade to their Revo 3 and Revo 3×2 lines with the release of MaxIOPS editions for both levels …

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Super Talent Upstream PCIe 200GB SSD Exclusive First Look

This PCI Express SSD is a prototype Super Talent PCIe 120GB ‘SandForce Driven’ SSD presently being fine tuned by Super Talent for an expected release in the near future, specific dates unknown. We were lucky enough receive Super Talents approval to post these exclusive shots and rumor has it that the designation ‘Upstream’ is being considered for this new line …

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