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+ - STEC Unveils Industrial-Strength SSD->

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geek4 (1735644) writes "The ZeusRAM SSD is aimed at enterprises deploying heavy-duty workloads that need ultra-low latency

Solid-state storage drive maker STEC on 20 September introduced a new industrial-strength SSD aimed at enterprises deploying fast and/or continuous read/write workloads that include metadata logging, journaling, and database indexing applications.

The announcement was made at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco at the Moscone Centre.
STEC’s ZeusRAM, which is currently being tested by several high-performance OEMs, will be launched later this fall in a 3.5-inch standard form factor using a native 6Gb SAS interface, said chairman and chief executive Manouch Moshayedi."

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