LSI Nytro WarpDrive technology now powers IBM's System x server

IBM gets some help from LSI, sees their System X server gain some performance from LSI's Nytro WarpDrive technology.

| Apr 22, 2013 at 9:43 pm CDT

LSI Corporation have something kinda big to talk about for the weekend, and that news is IBM are now offering versions of their High IOPS Modular Adapters based on LSI's Nytro WarpDrive technology. These models join a growing list of PCIe Flash cards that are designed to be used with IBM System x server series.

LSI Nytro WarpDrive technology now powers IBM's System x server | TweakTown.com

IBM's System x server series are used by large clients that require insane speed for Big Data analytics. LSI's Nytro WarpDrive products provide ultra-low-latency, high-performance storage for data-intensive applications, all while helping cloud and enterprise datacenters reduce their storage footprint, as well as those ever-increasing energy costs. The IBM High IOPS capacity options range from 300GB to 800GB of SLC and MLC Flash memory for IBM System x servers.

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