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Adaptec Data Conditioning Platform Products on Display at CeBIT 2010

Adaptec Data Conditioning Platform Products on Display at CeBIT 2010

 

Showcase Includes 6Gb Unified Serial (SATA/SAS) RAID, MaxIQ(TM) SSD Cache Performance Solution, and Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection

 

WHO: Adaptec, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADPT)

 

WHAT: Adaptec, the global leader in I/O innovation, will be

 

showcasing its latest products at CeBIT 2010 in Hannover,

 

Germany this March 2-6.

 

As part of the Supermicro pavilion in Hall 17, booth D70,

 

Adaptec will be offering a preview of its upcoming 6Gb Unified

 

Serial(R) (SATA/SAS) RAID. Adaptec will also be demonstrating

 

the benefits of its MaxIQ SSD Cache Performance Solution,

 

which provides up to five times faster I/O performance and up

 

to 50 percent cost savings in capital and operating expenses,

 

and its Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection solution, an

 

integrated solid state solution that eliminates the need for

 

battery back-up.

 

WHEN: March 2-6, 2010

 

WHERE: CeBIT (Hall 17, Stand D70 in the Supermicro pavilion),

 

Hannover, Germany

 

WHY: -- Discuss Adaptec's innovative Data Conditioning Platform

 

strategy

 

-- See technology previews of Adaptec's 6GB Unified Serial

 

(SATA/SAS) RAID

 

-- See the latest data center storage products from Adaptec

 

-- Learn about Adaptec's MaxIQ SSD Cache Performance Solution,

 

for up to five times faster performance and cost savings of

 

up to 50 percent

 

-- Understand the benefits of battery-less Zero-Maintenance

 

Cache Protection

 

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