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Fusionio When it comes to flash memory, you might know that Fusion ioDrives are in a class of their own, but do you know why? This short whiteboard video unveils the Fusion ioMemory difference, giving you a quick and easy history lesson in NAND flash along the way. Many people don't know that flash isn't really all that new. While it's only gained popularity in the past decade, flash was invented more than 25 years ago to be used as a new form of memory. Over the years though, developers instead implemented it as storage because flash memory is persistent, like disk drives. The history of flash is so interesting, our team at Fusion-io wanted to share a bit of it with the world.

Kaminario Kaminario is a Newton, Massachusetts-based enterprise SSD SAN storage company founded in 2008. Dani Golan, a former EMC executive, is Founder and CEO. Backed by Sequoia Capital, Pitango Venture Capital and Globespan Capital, Kaminario manufactures the Kaminario K2 line of solid state SAN storage solutions[1][2] that include off-the-shelf components from companies including Dell and Fusion-io.[3] Kaminario K2[edit] In June 2010, the company announced the Kaminario K2, a DRAM-based SSD SAN storage array that provided millions of IOPS for database applications.[3][4][5] The K2 included scalability and high availability features based on its "Scale-Out Performance Storage Architecture" (SPEAR).[6][7][8] Kaminario expanded the K2 line in September 2011 with the K2-D (DRAM), K2-F (Flash) and K2-H, a hybrid SSD SAN storage array that featured both MLC Flash and DRAM in its primary storage tier.[9][10][11] References[edit] Jump up ^ Higginbotham, Stacey (2 May 2011). External links[edit]

Overland Storage Buying Guide Virtualization is far more advanced in servers than in storage, and that causes provisioning headaches for storage administrators who sometimes struggle to keep up with the demands. "When we ask users what storage-specific factor would allow more widespread use of server virtualization, the top array-related answer is faster provisioning," said Terri McClure, senior analyst at ESG. "When you have a server environment that can be provisioned with a mouse click you can't have a laborious storage change management process, so the ease and speed of provisioning is really key here." Overland Storage believes it has an answer to this problem via its DynamicRAID technology which is built into the latest SnapServers. The SnapServer volumes reside in the storage pool and share the available storage, which eliminates the need to set volume limits or monitor volume capacities. Overland Storage (NASDAQ: OVRL) offers three major product lines: SnapServer, SnapSAN and NEO. SnapServer SnapSAN

Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) - Network Intelligence - QOSMOS Enterprise Management Software and Business Solutions Software Improve Your Learning and Memory. OCZ Technology OCZ Storage Solutions is a manufacturer of solid state drives (SSDs) based in San Jose, California, USA, and is the new company formed after the sale of OCZ Technology Group's SSD assets to Toshiba Corporation. Since entering the memory market as OCZ Technology in 2002, the company has targeted its products primarily at the computer hardware enthusiast market, producing performance DDR RAM, video cards, USB drives, and various cooling products. OCZ currently produces SSD devices using SATA III, PCI Express, Serial attached SCSI[1] and USB 3.0 interfaces, for both client and enterprise applications. Company[edit] Founded in 2002, San Jose, California-based OCZ Technology Group, Inc. designs and manufactures of solid state drives (SSDs) and power supply units for the consumer and enterprise markets. OCZ maintained satellite offices in The Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Israel along with manufacturing and logistics facilities in Taiwan. References[edit] External links[edit]

Nexsan Storage Buying Guide Nexsan may not be one of the giants of the storage world. But it is good at offering disk -- lots of disk. It has a firm focus in the SAS and SATA disk array marketplace with an eye on the midmarket. "Midmarket customers need storage solutions that offer enterprise features along with high density, expandability and high performance," said Gary Watson, CTO of Nexsan. Nexsan SATABoy SATABoy offers a storage capacity of 28 TB via 14 x 2 TB SATA drive bays. "SATABoy is targeted at primary and secondary storage applications, as well as long-term bulk and backup applications," said Randy Chalfant, vice president of strategy at Nexsan. Nexsan SASBoy While SATABoy's value proposition is plenty of storage at a low price point, SASBoy provides greater performance at a premium. For a starting price of $12,000, users receive up to 14 hard drives (either 300 GB, 451 GB or 600 GB SAS drives or a combo of these with larger SATA drives), and the same basic features as with SATABoy. Nexsan SATABeast

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