SAS

Today Microsemi is announcing the availability of a new generation of SAS/SATA adapters and RAID cards under their Adaptec brand. The new cards are based on the 28nm SmartIOC and SmartROC controller chips that Microsemi announced in May of this year. Those controller ICs are available for third parties to build products around, but Microsemi is now also selling their own branded solutions. The new adapters and RAID cards all use a PCIe 3 x8 host interface and support between 4 and 24 SAS/SATA ports. The Microsemi Adaptec HBA 1100 family is the entry-level tier implementing basic host bus adapter functionality using the SmartIOC 2100 controller. Microsemi claims aggregate performance can reach up to 6.6 GB/s sequential and 1.7M 4kB IOPS, a substantial improvement over...

Seagate Demos New SSD Features And Prototypes At FMS

In spite of a fire that closed the exhibition floor last week at Flash Memory Summit, Seagate managed to set up several live demos and display their latest SSDs...

7 by Billy Tallis on 8/15/2017

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At Flash Memory Summit this week, Seagate is showing off their latest enterprise SSDs and previewing upcoming developments. Seagate is also introducing a new branding strategy to unify their...

7 by Billy Tallis on 8/8/2017

Toshiba Announces SAS And NVMe Enterprise SSDs With 3D TLC NAND

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6 by Billy Tallis on 8/7/2017

Samsung’s PM1633a Now Available: $10k for 15 TB, $6k for 7 TB

Samsung started to ship its PM1633a SSD with 15.36 TB capacity to select customers in March and recently it began to supply the drive to select resellers as well...

41 by Anton Shilov on 7/29/2016

Samsung Begins to Ship 15.36 TB SSD for Enterprise Storage Systems

Samsung on Thursday introduced its new lineup of high-capacity SSDs for enterprises. The new Samsung PM1633a family of drives includes the world’s first SSD that can store 15.36 TB...

44 by Anton Shilov on 3/3/2016

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