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Seagate (w/ LSI's help) planning to bring PCIe SSDs to market

Beginning at the enterprise level

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 27, 2010 7:10 am

A joint announcement from Seagate and LSI today lets us know the two companies are working together to bring a Seagate branded lineup of PCIe based solid state drives to market.

 

The first generation versions are expected to be similar by design to existing PCIe based SSDs on the market from the likes of Fusion-io and OCZ and will be aimed directly at the enterprise crowd for data center and cloud computing use.

 

While we have no details on pricing as yet, it's been mentioned that there will be product samples available for OEM customers in the second quarter of this year.

 

To read the full announcement, head over to our press area here.

 

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