November 09, 2012
MILPITAS, CA, Nov 9 - Virident Systems, a performance leader in flash-based storage class memory solutions, today announced the company will be demonstrating its FlashMAX II, a PCIe storage class memory solution, at the SC12 event Nov. 10-16. SC12 is the international conference for high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis, gathering the best and brightest minds in supercomputing together, with unparalleled technical papers, tutorials, posters and speakers.
Virident will demonstrate how its FlashMAX II solution features the highest capacity in a low-profile form factor, industry-leading unconditional performance and twice the performance density as the nearest competition. FlashMAX II ensures that application performance is 10 times faster than other HDD systems at one-third of the total cost of ownership. It offers the industry's highest storage capacity in the smallest footprint while delivering two times the performance of competing solutions.
Demo of Virident FlashMAX II PCIe storage class memory solution
November 10 - 16, 2012
Salt Palace Convention Center
Salt Lake City, Utah
About Virident Systems
Virident Systems enterprise-class Storage Class Memory (SCM) solutions deliver unconditional, consistent performance that supports the most data-intensive content and applications. The inherent advantage associated with this disruptive technology revolutionizes computing by speeding application response time and optimizing datacenter efficiency for new levels of ROI. Virident Systems is backed by strategic investors, Intel, Cisco Systems and a storage solution provider, as well as Hercules Technology Growth Capital and venture investors Globespan Capital Partners, Sequoia Capital, Mitsui Global Investments and Artiman Ventures.
Source: Virident Systems
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