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2013-03-12 LSI, NetApp team up on server-based Flash solutions
LSI and NetApp offer a complete server flash caching solution which speed application performance by converting server based flash into "hot" data cache for critical business applications
2013-12-27 Fusion-io unveils improved flash caching software
The software update allows enterprises to better use flash to take pressure off their storage array networks using caching algorithms to direct operations from the SAN to the server
2013-11-22 SSD controller flaunts dual PCIe, SATA interface support
LSI launched its third generation SandForce flash controller line, a flash management technology for driving PCIe and SATA solid state drive (SSD) and flash card solutions
2014-06-04 Seagate to break into flash market with LSI controllers
The disc drive maker has made a deal with Avago to acquire LSI's Accelerated Solutions Division and Flash Components Division for $450 million in pursuit of the growing flash market
2012-05-03 Use FPGAs to harness potential of flash for enterprise apps
The design challenges associated with flash are readily addressed via deployment of FPGA-based PSM for memory management and I/O
2011-08-11 PCIe, SATA combine for next-gen flash drives
Serial ATA and PCIe are working together to further support flash drive technology and address the accelerating needs of solid-state and hybrid drives
2010-06-25 PCIe 3.0 compliance testing pushed back to 2011
The PCI SIG released interim 0.71 version of the PCIe 3.0 that supports up to 8GTps and aims to start testing for compliance in early 2011, about a year later than originally anticipated
2013-02-18 FPGA cards target OpenVPX systems
Alpha Data's ADM-VPX3-7V2 is geared to support FPGA (V2000T), PCIe Gen3, VITA57 FMC I/O, full industrial ruggedisation, and Alpha Data software development kit
2014-08-06 Flash-backed DRAM rides PCIe 3.0 bus
The Flashtec card from PCM claims to offer better performance than flash-based SSD without its endurance issues, delivering 10 million IOPS when used as additional system memory
2014-08-12 Flash Summit drives memory innovation
The biggest takeaway of the Flash Memory Summit was on the breadth and depth of work to turn solid-state drives into processing nodes for big data centres
2008-09-08 Debate on flash memory's future heats up
Storage gurus from IBM and EMC spent much of the Labor Day weekend debating the future of flash memory drives in servers and storage systems
2011-04-20 VPX boards pair for high performance computing
Acromag's VPX boards feature a Virtex-5 FPGA with multiple high-speed memory buffers and a high-throughput PCIe interface
2008-11-19 USB interface grabs a higher version
The commonly used USB interface has now been upgraded to ver 3.0 at a developers' conference where some companies announced product plans for the new specifications with data rates that could hit 400MBps.
2015-06-22 SSD standard preps for much-awaited update
As flash becomes more pervasive in data centres, vendors are diversifying their SSD offerings, in part to address different workloads, which JEDEC described in full detail
2015-03-05 Examining the advances in mobile storage
We cannot fully predict the types of architectures that future mobile and storage products will have. However, the possibilities enabled by technologies under development today are exciting.
2007-07-24 Board synchronizes 2GHz A/D processing modules
Pentek Inc. releases its Model 6890, a 2.2GHz clock, synch and gate distribution board for synchronizing multiple Pentek I/O modules.
2013-02-15 Xilinx Virtex-7 based FPGA card tooled for OpenVPX
Alpha Data's ADM-VPX3-7V2 is designed to support the FPGA (V2000T), PCIe Gen3, VITA57 FMC I/O and full industrial ruggedisation
2009-07-09 Controller firmware supports Intel SSDs
LSI Corp. has released new controller firmware for its 3ware 9650SE SATA RAID controller cards, which provides support for Intel X25-E Extreme SATA solid state drives (SSDs). The firmware upgrade is designed to provide full compliance with the Intel SSDs for servers, storage and high-end workstations
2013-04-29 Tilera's cyber security building blocks ready for 100Gbit/s
The security on Tilera's TILE-Gx processors have been bolstered with the MDE software tool suite and an array of powerful application building blocks that enable customer solutions.
2011-01-13 Software eases network security
Cavium Networks' TurboDPI software solution integrates protocol analysis, application recognition, URL filtering, IDS/IPS and anti-malware.
2012-06-05 Quad-core processor module offers 4 x 2.1GHz for AdvancedTCA, MicroTCA
Kontron's AdvancedMC AM4022 single processor module uses a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor to deliver twice the processing performance of its predecessor.
2007-04-02 PA Semi offers 25W PowerPC
Startup PA Semi is shipping chip samples that demonstrate its claim of taking the PowerPC architecture's power consumption to new lows for a range of embedded markets.
2014-02-05 Micron exec hints at novel memory chips, processors
In a keynote at DesignCon, Thomas Pawlowski said new kinds of memory interfaces and chips, and processors are coming that will offer more performance and new capabilities for engineers who adopt them.
2008-06-17 Kit accelerates 802.11n designs
AMCC, together with TeamF1 and Senao Networks, recently launched a comprehensive hardware/software reference design kit intended to accelerate time-to-market for enterprise 802.11n wireless access points.
2008-07-08 Freescale fortifies QorIQ communications platforms
Freescale Semiconductor presents the first two product series based on its QorIQ communications platforms for next-generation multicore networking applications.
2008-07-28 Dual-core single board computer targets imaging apps
Ampro Computers Inc. has released the ReadyBoard 830 single board computer based on Intel's dual core processors and GME945 chipset.
2010-05-05 CMOS oscillators operate up to 133MHz
IDT is rolling out a line of CMOS oscillators that obsolete the ubiquitous quartz crystal that maintains a time base in most electronic devices today but without having to resort to MEMS.
2014-09-25 Add-on card targets 1080p AVC, HEVC transcoding density
Artesyn's SharpStreamer add-on acceleration card uses four Intel Core processors at 1.7GHz, and delivers 48 streams of 1080p H.264 transcodes or 4 streams of 1080p H.265/HEVC transcodes.
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