November 15, 2011
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 15 -- LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) today announced it will be demonstrating its latest storage silicon and software technologies for application acceleration this week, November 12-18, at the SC11 supercomputing conference in the Washington State Convention Center.
The technology demonstrations will highlight how solid state storage technology can help to maximize transactional I/O performance for high performance computing environments. The demonstrations feature LSI MegaRAID CacheCade™ Pro 2.0 read/write caching software for hard disk drive-based arrays using solid state drives (SSDs), and LSI MegaRAID Fast Path software for I/O acceleration of SSD arrays.
The demonstrations showcase how solid state storage technology can be optimized to accelerate application performance and configured in a high availability cluster using SIOS’s SteelEye Protection Suite and DataOn’s enterprise-class enclosures.
LSI storage technologies will also be on display in LSI partner booths, including Amax Information Technology (booth #915), Genstor (#5304) and iXsystems (booth #5716).
To learn more about LSI storage technologies and to see the live SC11 technology demonstrations, please visit LSI at booth #2112.
More information on LSI storage products is available at http://www.lsi.com/channel/Pages/default.aspx.
LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) designs semiconductors and software that accelerate storage and networking in datacenters and mobile networks. Our technology is the intelligence critical to enhanced application performance, and is applied in solutions created in collaboration with our partners. More information is available at www.lsi.com.
Source: LSI Corporation
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