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Partnering for Enterprise Flash Innovation

  |   May 21, 2012   |   Memory

We’re in Las Vegas this week, taking part in EMC World. Prior to the event, I had the chance to sit down with Ed Doller (our VP of Enterprise Storage Solutions) and Mark Sorenson (EMC’s senior VP of Flash products and technologies) for a two-part talk about the growing impact of Flash memory in the enterprise. Watch the second video in this series below to learn how ongoing collaboration between our two companies has resulted in some compelling enterprise storage solutions. ...

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Don’t Miss Micron’s Take on DRAM and NAND Markets

Corporate Communication   |   May 7, 2012   |   Memory

Want to learn more about changing DRAM and NAND markets? The VPs of Micron’s NAND and DRAM solutions groups are presenting at two financial conferences this week. Don’t miss your chance to listen to the latest updates on memory and storage trends and how Micron is driving memory architecture. Jefferies 2012 Global TMT Conference: Tuesday, May 8, 9:30 a.m. ET Who: Brian Shirley, VP & GM of Micron’s DRAM Solutions Group Topic: DRAM segment and technology trends, Micron&rsq...

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750,000 IOPs from a Single SSD?

Janene Ellefson   |   June 3, 2011   |   Storage

As promised, the video below is a live demo of the phenomenal performance you can get from our P320h PCIe SSD. It’s a simple and straightforward IOMeter measurement, but we wanted to show you how much of a leap our card makes over current solutions—the random reads output of the P320h is more than twice as fast as the nearest competitor. It all hinges on the tight integration we’ve been able to make between our custom controller and high-performance SLC NAND. I’m looking forward to keeping you ...

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Standards, Questions, and the Big Dialogue: Talking is Good for the Whole Industry

Doug Rollins   |   May 11, 2009   |   Storage

I’m headed to Chicago today to attend the Storage Networking Industry Association’s Technical Symposium. Now, I know what you’re thinking “Gee, Chicago in May sounds lovely, count me in!” but really; as much as I like Chicago, I’m also really looking forward to this conference (and I don’t just say that because my SNIA colleagues might be reading this post). First up–who the heck is SNIA?  Usual blogger shortcut here–a quote from their website: “SNIA [advances] IT technologies, standards, and ...

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History of Digital Storage. Part 6: The RAM SSD and NAND

Dean Klein   |   February 9, 2009   |   Storage

The RAM Solid State Device: The NAND SSD Forerunner A History of Digital Storage Tape Drives Magnetic Drum Memory The Birth of the Hard Drive The 5.25-inch Hard Drive Limitations of the HDD The RAM SSD & NAND NAND in SSDs In 1978, StorageTek introduced the first modern SSD. This pioneering SSD had a maximum storage capacity of 90MB and sold for about $8,800 per megabyte. [42] "The SSD served the mainframe indus...

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