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Hitachi and Intel Team up for new SSDs

Enterprise Class SAS and FC SSDs

| Storage News | Posted: Dec 2, 2008 2:53 pm

Intel and Hitachi have joined forces to confront the Enterprise SSD market.

 

The pair (both big companies in their own right) will develop new SSDs (SAS and Fibre Channel) for the enterprise market together with Intel manufacturing them and Hitachi selling the final product.

 

This union should product some very nice products indeed.

 

Read the press release here

 

Hitachi and Intel Team up for new SSDs

Hitachi and Intel Team up for new SSDs

The combination of a leading Enterprise drive supplier with a NAND technology and manufacturing leader will produce world-class solutions in terms of reliability, performance and system compatibility. The two companies will work together exclusively to deliver enterprise SSDs with SAS and FC interfaces, with the first products expected to be available in early 2010.

 

The new generation of solid-state drive technology complements existing enterprise-class hard disk drives (HDDs) and is intended for use in storage applications that require extremely high Input/Output Operations Per Second (IOPS) performance and power efficiency.

 

The new SSDs will be branded and exclusively sold and supported by Hitachi GST and use Intel NAND flash memory and SSD technology. Hitachi GST has expertise in drive firmware, reliability, qualification and system integration that, together with Intel's technology and manufacturing capabilities, is expected to deliver world-class solutions with the performance and reliability that enterprise storage customers demand.

 

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