With our belly's full and our cameras twitching for some action we got to work, albeit twelve hours ahead of the predefined schedule.
This is just an early taste of what we'll officially show tomorrow at the 2013 AIS conference hosted by LSI.
It was one thing to hear LSI tell us over the phone that SF3700 is capable of delivering 1800 MB/s sequential performance but seeing it in person is totally different. This result was from a PCIe 2.0 4 lane product that we'll first see on enterprise products but consumer models will follow soon. LSI has a winner on its hands and we're glad to see the shift to PCIe based storage with a native controller.
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