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InnoDisk Enters Enterprise SSD Arena

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InnoDisk Corp. dips into the server storage market through its acquisition of Actica, a USA-based server DRAM vendor. Developed for server applications, Actica Server Storage Solution offers both DRAM and Flash products. Included in the offerings are ECC Registered DIMM, PCIeDOM and SATADOM D150QV-L, E-class which are designed as enterprise SSD; and also Matador III, the PCIe SSD within ultra hi-speed and high density.


 


"E-Class SSD (enterprise SSD) is designed within eMLC ICs and offers two interfaces: SAS and SATA. According to eMLC's program/erase cycle is more than that of normal MLC, E-Class SSD brings longer lifespan and better reliability. PCIeDOM II is with PCI Express Gen. 2 x1 disk on module and is designed especially for low-profile server which can efficiently avoid mechanical interference. Benefits from patented design, just plug and play, PCIeDOM is revolutionary product which has overthrown the limitation of PCIe connector layout on mother board from several decades ago. Additionally, PCIeDOM II brings extreme high transfer rate, IOPS up to 15000, which makes it more favorable. Similarly, SATADOM D150QV-L is another masterpiece for low profile server thanks to its compact size, low power consumption and also user friendliness. Benefits from own developed firmware and controller IC "ID 101", InnoDisk D150 SATA module is able to enhance the reliability and stability of the disk.”

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