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 PostPost subject: Intel, Microsoft, others form SSD Initiative        Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 5:05 pm 
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A heap of Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) members have just announced the birth of the Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI), a project aimed to "foster the growth and success of the market for solid state storage in both commercial and consumer environments." The SSSI is set to manage and coordinate all of SNIA's SSD-related activities including education, technical development, business development, marketing and implementation.

"The industry is closely monitoring the growth of solid state storage drives as well as making predictions about this technology's future," said Vincent Franceschini, Chair of the SNIA. "SNIA has created the SSSI to propel the solid state technology in the storage industry. Drawing from the experience and expertise of its existing and new SNIA members, the new Initiative will work to advance the knowledge and acceptance of solid state storage by evaluating and contributing to the standards necessary for industry-wide adoption, as well as through education, training, and best practices."

The SSDI's member list includes big (and small) names like Adtron Corporation, BiTMICRO, Calypso Systems, Coughlin Associates, EMC Corporation, Emulex Corporation, Enterprise Strategy Group, Fusion-io, Hitachi Data Systems, HP, IBM, Intel, LSI Corporation, Microsoft, Mtron Storage Technology, NetApp, Patni Computer Systems, Pliant Technology, PMC-Sierra, QLogic Corporation, SanDisk,Seagate, Silicon Systems, STEC, Sun Microsystems, Texas Memory Systems, the University of Virginia, and Xiotech Corporation.


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