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Texas Memory Systems Selects Toshiba and Leverages New Technology to Reduce Cost of SLC Flash Solid State Disks
By integrating Toshiba's next generation 32 nanometer Single Level-Cell (SLC) NAND Flash chips, Texas Memory Systems achieves higher performance at a lower cost
"Texas Memory Systems continually evaluates all major Flash memory suppliers' product offerings to determine the 'best of breed'," said Charles Camp, Chief Technology Officer at Texas Memory Systems. "The significant engineering effort put forth to validate the devices is essential in order to guarantee our users receive the best quality and performance from the RamSan."
The new 32nm SLC Flash chips from Toshiba are the smallest and highest density enterprise-grade Flash chips readily available today and are compatible with existing Texas Memory Systems' RamSan-630. The technology allows Texas Memory Systems to maintain the same capacity within the RamSan-630 with fewer components and is passing the cost savings onto its customers.
The RamSan-630 is the densest, high-performance SLC NAND Flash-based enterprise storage on the market today. It is a highly reliable, rack-mounted solution that provides ten terabytes of shareable, high performance storage in a single 3U enclosure that consumes only 500 Watts of power. A single RamSan-630 system can replace an entire rack of high-end hard disk drives. Available with 8 Gigabit per second Fibre Channel and Quad Data Rate InfiniBand connectivity, the Texas Memory Systems RamSan-630 is well suited for performance-demanding applications such as high performance computing, data warehousing, and batch processing, as well as database operations based on Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server.
Additional information and self-service price quotes for the RamSan-630 are available at www.ramsan.com/products/ramsan-630/
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