LSI delivers its first contrleurs SAS 6 gigabits/second

February 23, 2009 at 6:58 am Leave a comment

Technology – L `amricain LSI starts to provide to the manufacturers bays of storage its first contrleurs SAS 6 Gbps. An advance which could allow rduire dtranglement the necks in waiters of storage bases SSD.


LSI makes pass L `interface SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) 6 gigabits a second (Gbps). The manufacturer amricain comes D `to announce the launching of his first products in conformity this speed, with chips contrleurs Raid-One-Chip (ROCK) intend L `intgration for the bay manufacturers of storage, and two charts contrlor (MegaRAID SAS 9280-8th and SAS 9260-8i) for waiters.

LSI indicates to have dj T slectionn by, Fujitsu-Siemens, IBM, Intel, NEC and Sun Microsystems for intgrer its chip contrlor in their products SAS; he has commenc, in addition, to deliver his customers OEM the charts contrlor bases on this composant.

SAS, complment of discs SSD for waiters?

Destiny to compete with the interfaces iSCSI and FiberChannel in bays of storages and SAN (Storage Area Network), SAS prsente L `favours D `tre a little less expensive to establish than these dernires.

But especially, by reaching this speed, SAS could become complment the idal discs SSD for the waiters of storage in company. Indeed, the discs moire flash are for L `urgent limits, ct speed, by L `interface SATA. But L `arrives of this new fast interface SAS could dcider certain manufacturers of SSD L `adopt, with an aim of competing with the FiberChannels discs and iSCSI in the field of bays of stockage.


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