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June 12, 2012 by

Fusion-io takes fresh server scalp with Cisco deal

Upstart PCIe-flash card maker Fusion-io has notched up another victory with the announcement of an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) relationship with Cisco.Cisco's UCS B-Series blade servers are set to get Fusion-io ioMemory 2 cards built into them, according to the announcement, which was made on Monday night.

March 28, 2012 by

Texas Memory Systems adds caching to PCIe flash

Texas Memory Systems has brought caching technology from NEVEX Virtual Technologies into its product range with the RamSan-80 PCIe-linked flash card.The card, which is targeted at organisations that want to cache data as they move it between their storage and compute infrastructure, went on sale from Texas Memory Systems (TMS) on Tuesday.

March 8, 2012 by

Fujitsu hints at scale-out storage technology

Fujitsu aims to develop a platform for scale-out massive storage based on standard servers with PCIe-linked flash cards, ZDNet UK understands.Fujitsu Technology Solutions' chief technology officer, Joseph Reger, hinted at the plans on Wednesday when asked by ZDNet UK about the company's plans for using basic servers to take on some of the tasks commonly handled by networking equipment with custom silicon.

January 25, 2012 by

Apps and architectures are set to change

Yet another PCIe-connected flash vendor has joined what will, I suspect, become a fairly crowded market over the next year or so. And with this straw in the wind, it may be worth having a quick look at what this means for the future of applications and computer architectures.

January 14, 2012 by

Dell plots PCIe-flash with memory pooling

Dell has dropped hints that it is developing PCIe-linked flash cards that integrate technology from recent stealth acquisition RNA Networks.At the Dell Storage Forum on Wednesday, company executives talked about RNA's memory-pooling technology and Dell's PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) work, andalluded to a product that will see the two fused together.

June 10, 2011 by

Fusion-io shares soar in IPO

Fusion-io, maker of PCIe-attached Flash memory devices, saw its shares grow 34 percent in value upon its debut on the stock market.The Salt Lake City-based company, which counts Facebook, HP and IBM among its largest customers, saw its shares climb from their IPO price of $19 (£11.

May 9, 2011 by

EMC teases Project Lightning flash tech

EMC has previewed Project Lightning, a flash-based technology designed to speed the passing, caching and storage of data to and from storage hardware.The project will integrate flash memory with EMC hardware via a PCIe server-side card, EMC announced on Monday at EMC World in Las Vegas.


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