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Adaptec showcases SSD/HDD Hybrid Arrays at VMWORLD



Demonstration of Adaptec Storage Controllers Using SSDs & HDDs in VMware Environment to Increase System Performance, Improve System Utilization and Reduce Capital and Operating Costs


WHO: Adaptec, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADPT)


WHAT: The global leader in I/O innovation, will be exhibiting at VMworld 2009 in San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 31 - Sept. 3


Located in booth 1326 in Moscone Center South, Adaptec will be demonstrating how it's Unified Serial® Storage Controllers work with solid state drives (SSDs) to manage High-Performance Hybrid Arrays (HPHAs) - storage arrays using both SSDs and hard disk drives (HDDs). HPHAs can deliver up to 5 times the I/O performance, offer data centers savings in capital and operating expenses of up to 50% and provide dramatic reduction in power consumption over HDD-only arrays.


WHEN: Aug. 31 - Sept. 3, 2009


WHERE: VMworld 2009, Moscone Center South, San Francisco, Calif., Booth 1326




• See the power of SSD-enabled Adaptec solutions


• Speak with Adaptec's director of marketing, Scott Cleland, regarding the value of HPHAs in demanding data centers


• Learn about Adaptec's new data center/cloud computing solutions


• Interact with demos of Adaptec's products running VMware vSphere


• Understand the benefits of Adaptec's data conditioning technologies, including Intelligent Power Management and Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection


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