Tag Archives: RAID

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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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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LSI Nytro MegaRAID Technology Selected By Intel for Intel RAID Solutions

LSI Corporation is announcing an expanded original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with Intel.  This expanded agreement will see LSI Nytro MegaRAID technology available as part of Intel’s RAID product family.  Intel will offer LSI’s Nytro MegaRAID technology in their Intel RAID SSD Cache Controllers, models RCS25ZB040 and RCS25ZB040LX.  Intel’s RCS25ZB040 includes 256GB of embedded flash memory, while the RCS25ZB040LX includes …

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Building a Home Server – The Complete Guide

Over the past few years, The SSD Review has enjoyed a fairly smooth ride with little to complain about. It wasn’t until our readership explosion that we realized how important backups were. There is nothing worse than a site crash, other than a site crash which also contains a Forum of course.  The sudden loss of days, weeks, months and …

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Intel DC S3700 Data Center SSD Review (200/800GB)

A few months back, we randomly heard three words during a passing conversation; Intel, Taylorsville, and latency. That was it; no context, no explanation and no hints. Given that we happened to be at the Flash Memory Summit, it was a safe bet that something solid state was afoot, but at the time these were just random words to file …

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