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2008-09-19 Speedy read channel fit for enterprise HDDs
LSI Corp. has extended what it claims is the industry's broadest portfolio of SoC components for HDDs with the introduction of new read channel and PHY technologies.
2012-01-18 Solar market stays positive after dismal year
Taiwan solar manufacturers posted negative growth for 2011 due to weak demand and limited demand boost from rush order transfers from China.
2008-03-12 Software simplifies BER testing
Tektronix has announced the availability of its SerialXpress advanced software package that performs direct synthesis of waveforms for high-speed serial data receiver testing.
2015-06-17 Smart grid tech in Thailand to benefit consumers, utilities
Accenture found that more opportunities await Thailand when it rolls out smart grids, including distributed energy resources such as solar power and energy storage technologies to cut its electricity costs.
2011-03-21 SiTime oscillator cuts power use 66 percent
SiTime's SiT8004 MEMS-based programmable oscillator features 6.7mA of typical current consumption at 125MHz and supports any frequency between 125MHz and 150MHz.
2011-10-03 Signal integrity issues at 10 Gbit/sec and beyond
Know the challenges that this high-speed domain brings, as well as basic techniques for addressing them.
2010-11-25 Shielded 2mm Hard Metric socket connector supports PICMG 2.30
PICMG 2.30, released just last year by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) enables interoperability with legacy CompactPCI equipment, including critical embedded systems on military craft. 3M Applications Engineering Specialist provides an overview of the standard.
2007-07-06 SFF enterprise HDDs store up to 147Gbytes
Capitalizing on the fast ramp of small form factor enterprise hard disk drives in 2007, Hitachi announced the shipment of its Ultrastar C10K147 hard drive, the company's first SFF enterprise product.
2009-02-05 Server gets NEBS Level 3 certification
NEI has announced that its AC-specified N-1500 R2 platform has received the Network Equipment Building Systems' (NEBS) Level 3 certification.
2009-04-15 Server flash drives welcome MLC
SandForce Inc. aims to be the first company with a controller supporting multilevel cell (MLC) flash chips for solid-state drives used in servers. By using MLC chips, the SF-1500 paves the way to lower cost and higher density drives server makers want.
2007-02-01 Serial interfaces need constant shift
Technology advancements seem to proceed at unprecedented rates. However, while CPUs and processing technology appear to yield new products almost every month, storage interfaces lag behind.
2012-04-12 Selecting the appropriate SSD drive
Learn how to choose the right SSD solution for your requirements.
2004-02-20 Seagate kicks off server shift to 2.5-inch drives
Seagate Technology has kicked off an expected industry transition from 3.5- to 2.5-inch hard disk drives for servers as it roles out its Savvio line.
2007-05-17 Scalable storage architectures support SAN
NEC has launched a line of next-generation scalable storage products that supports storage area network.
2010-03-30 SBC packs 64Gbyte memory, multiple GbE support
GE Intelligent Platforms has released the A10200 AdvancedTCA single-board computer (SBC) designed for telecommunications networks.
2015-03-30 SanDisk takes on big data flash market with new platform
Rather than use SSDs, SanDisk's InfiniFlash uses 55 hot swappable cards, each with 8TB of flash capacity, to provide 512TB of raw flash storage in a 3U enclosure.
2014-06-20 SanDisk buys Fusion-io, beefs up flash business
The $1.1 acquisition deal is expected to give SanDisk a PCI-e advantage and strengthen its foothold in the enterprise storage space.
2008-07-22 Samsung, Sun tie up to enable flash drive stability
Samsung Electronics has worked with server maker Sun Microsystems to develop a new 8Gbit single-level-cell design for computer servers that it claims increases the number of read/write cycles for NAND flash memory chips five-fold.
2015-08-13 Samsung brings 3D NAND to mainstream
According to a company executive, Samsung will soon start making a version of its 850 EVO SSDs using its latest 48-layer, 3bit per cell, 256Gb 3D NAND chips.
2010-07-16 RoC controller ups PCIe 3.0 platform performance
The SRCv family of controllers introduced by PMC-Sierra Inc. claims to enable the highest level of server performance and connectivity.
2008-08-13 RF tool renders high-speed serial waveforms
Tektronix Inc. announced the new AWG7000B and AWG5000B Series of arbitrary waveform generators
2009-07-06 Quad transceivers claims lowest jitter
National Semiconductor Corp. has released the DS50PCI401 and the DS64BR401 quad transceivers that increase backplane and cable reach up to 30 percent farther than competitive devices in data center servers and storage area networks.
2007-08-13 QSFP connectors offer thrice the density of traditional SFP ports
Tyco Electronics has released a QSFP interconnect system that offers three times the density of traditional SFP ports and supports speeds up to 10Gbps per channel.
2012-01-03 Protocol transactors tout faster SoC verification
The Veloce transactors enable the use of stimuli generated by modern simulation test benches including SystemVerilog/OVM and UVM, SystemC and C-based environments
2010-07-08 Protocol analyzer comes with USB, GbE interface ports
LeCroy Corp. introduces the STX M6-1, an ultraportable single-port platform available in either a protocol analyzer or error injector models.
2010-12-08 Programmable clock synthesizers break 100 femtosecond jitter barrier
Micrel launched the first line of its next-gen ClockWorks Flex family the SM802xxx. The devices target both wireline and wireless apps. Micrel launched the first line of its next-gen ClockWorks Flex family the SM802xxx. The devices target both wireline and wireless apps.
2010-05-13 PMC-Sierra buys Adaptec channel storage biz for $34M
PMC-Sierra entered into a definitive agreement with Adaptec to acquire its channel storage business, which includes RAID storage product line and SSD cache performance solutions.
2009-02-25 Plug and Play IP goal remains "elusive" or is becoming tangible?
DesignCon's IP Selection panel essentially painted the view that plug and play IP remains 'elusive.' Here is my view that this goal is becoming tangible.
2010-11-24 PICMG 2.30 retrofits critical defense equipment
PICMG 2.30, released just last year by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) enables interoperability with legacy CompactPCI equipment, including critical embedded systems on military craft. 3M Applications Engineering Specialist provides an overview of the standard.
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.
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