ADAPTEC AND INTEL HOST JOINT WEBINAR ON USING SSDs TO REDUCE DATA CENTER COSTS
Increase System Performance, Improve System Utilization and Reduce Capital and Operating Costs with SSD Technology
WHO: Adaptec, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADPT)
Data centers continue to grow in size and scope, yet data center managers are under constant pressure to meet increasing throughput requirements while also improving server and storage utilization - all with the best performance possible.
This webinar will discuss how data center managers, system integrators, and storage and server OEMs can seamlessly integrate Solid-State Drive (SSD) technology to reduce IT costs, reduce power consumption and minimize maintenance costs and physical space requirements, all with maximum I/O performance.
WHEN: Nov. 19, 2009 at 2 p.m. ET
WHERE: Register at ITO America
Learn about the benefits of SSDs in data centers
Understand High-Performance Hybrid Arrays (HPHAs) and their benefits to data center managers
Listen to Adaptec's vice president of technology, Jon Flower, and Product Marketing Engineer of Intel, Mark Jackson, on the value of SSDs and HPHAs in demanding data centers
Discover Adaptec's MaxIQ SSD Cache Performance Solution
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