Seagate – LSI Ink Deal to Manufacture PCIe SSDs

"The SSD market is growing by leaps and bounds and manufacturers are all hoping to grab a bigger share for themselves."

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The SSD market is growing by leaps and bounds and manufacturers are all hoping to grab a bigger share for themselves. Seagate and LSI have come together to do just this – the drive makers have inked an agreement to manufacture PCI-Express SSDs. The jointly developed drives would be aimed at the data center and cloud computing domain.

Seagate is a minor player in SSDs market while LSI has good command over SAS and PCIe technologies. The joint enterprise will create and market enterprise-grade storage solutions that will reportedly provide higher performance and solid reliability compared to other solutions currently available.

“IT professionals want server and storage solutions that can deliver the performance and efficiency benefits of solid-state technology without impacting system resources or further complicating already complex enterprise storage environments,” said David Mosley, executive vice president, Sales, Marketing, and Product Line Management, Seagate.

“These new LSI products will accelerate enterprise application processing and help reduce I/O latency by using standards-based interfaces and protocols to minimize the impact to existing end user enterprise infrastructures. The collaboration extends Seagate's enterprise solid-state strategy, which is focused on delivering the best-fit solutions for IT using both traditional hard disk drives and solid-state storage.”

The first SSDs from the joint venture are expected to start rolling out in Q2 2010.

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15-01-2010, 13:01:21

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I would need 30 Ohm resistance if 12V and 0.4 ampere wouldn't I?

15-01-2010, 13:03:41

deathwish

15-01-2010, 13:10:10

|Classified
Thanks, already calculated with box-indicated max voltages.
Any possibility that I could find a resistor with 30-34.5 Ohm? (variable)

15-01-2010, 13:13:31

deathwish
maplins and rapid should do them

15-01-2010, 13:18:09

|Classified
Thanks man!

25-01-2010, 15:44:57

Charlaweyd
You need to listen, I didn't just tell you to cut the wires. I told you to take a photo of the wires or make a scheme, show that to me and I would have helped.
You weren't very discriptive when telling me what your problem was.

25-01-2010, 15:50:24

lasher
Easy Gentlemen!
I assume this is from a conversation from outside OC3D's forums. I Would ask to keep posts constructive please and keep anything personal off the forums.
Its nice to be nice remember :)

25-01-2010, 15:53:27

Charlaweyd
hehe, no problem, don't read that post as an "angry" post ;p
Back on topic now...

15-02-2010, 04:35:50

|Classified
I'm not angry charla ;)
sry for being not on topic
I managed to connect the two wires,that I cut, going to the resistor and the fan worked... for 2 weeks :P
ANyhow the cables for the potmeter (dunno how its called in english sorry) came off the chip underneath the engine of the fan... So I've ordered a Xigmatech one... :P
Thanks for the help anyway guys!! I appreciate it!

15-02-2010, 04:36:47

|Classified

You need to listen, I didn't just tell you to cut the wires. I told you to take a photo of the wires or make a scheme, show that to me and I would have helped.
You weren't very discriptive when telling me what your problem was.


No problem dude, it was no problem at all, I managed to fix it :)
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