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  • Storage admins mull SSDs at SNW

    Storage pros at Storage Networking World begin to evaluate solid-state storage products, but remain cautious. 

  • Storage industry makes SSD wish list

    The week has been filled with solid-state drive announcements, but industry experts and storage administrators say vendors could do more to drive adoption of the technology. 

  • Texas Memory brings out PCIe-based solid state

    After concentrating on the high end of the enterprise with earlier DRAM solid-state drives (SSDs), Texas Memory adds SSD inside servers to widen its customer base. 

  • HP puts solid state in EVA storage arrays

    Hewlett-Packard's new EVA6400 and EVA8400 midrange storage systems offer customers the option of a solid-state drive (SSD) tier zero, but the price is probably still too hefty for widespread adoption. 

  • Pillar adds solid-state disks to Axiom arrays

    Pillar is making a new solid-state drive storage enclosure available for its Axiom disk arrays, while industry analysts wonder if customers are willing to pay a premium for SSDs in the current economy. 

  • Dot Hill rolls out 2.5-inch SAS, SSD systems

    Dot Hill pushes out 2.5-inch SAS systems with the expectation that the small form factor drives will overtake 3.5-inch drives in the near future. 

  • Samsung launches bigger SSDs to challenge Intel

    Samsung plans to ship 100 GB solid-state drives (SSDs), claiming nearly twice the random write IOPS Intel does for its X-25 E SSD. 

  • Storage outlook '09: SSDs, networking and the economy

    A government agency CIO will have his hands full given trends in storage and the economy next year. 

  • The Container Store deploys Texas Memory SSD arrays

    Texas Memory Systems' RamSan DRAM device helps Web retailer eliminate bottlenecks from traffic spikes, but it requires help from Oracle to identify data that benefits from SSDs. 

  • HDS embraces SSDs while users mull adoption

    Hitachi Data Systems says it will support solid-state drives with Fibre Channel interfaces in early 2009.