Saturday, December 12, 2009

Finally, Seagate Enters Multi-Enterprise SSD

Finally there is also an established enterprise storage players entering the market SSD (solid state disk). Seagate also directly handed product called Pulsar.
Pulsar is available in capacities 50GB, 100GB, and 200GB. This drive was only available for a particular OEM, but is open to all Seagate OEM partners.

During this arena rang SSD lot of new players, or the old names but not for Seagate. According to Teresa Worth (Senior Product Marketing Manager, Seagate), the small players were not ready to handle the enterprise market. "If your iPod drive died, it was not fun, but if the enterprise-level drives you die, it hurt."

That's why Seagate does not just make SSD drives, but also ensure that its SSD drives superior quality and reliability. Pulsar his series includes the supercapacitor is able to accommodate enough power to support the complete drive write operations without any loss of data if power suddenly died.

According to Gartner Research Director, Joseph Unsworth, "enterprise SSD market is now directed and expected to grow from the revenue and units." He said, Gartner estimates that sales of SSD hardware could reach U.S. $ 1 billion in 2010.

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