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September 15, 2010

STEC extents SSD product family, adds new MACH16

Facilitates enterprises to process more data with fewer servers

By CBR Staff Writer

STEC, a provider of solid-state drive technologies and offerings, has unveiled MACH16 SSD product line, which facilitates enterprises to process more data with fewer servers.

The MACH16 solid-state drives (SSDs) includes the company’s MACH4 and MACH 8 drives.

The new product line features an advanced ASIC controller and is equipped with STEC’s CellCare and Secure Array of Flash Element (S.A.F.E.) technologies, which increase the reliability, performance, and endurance of SSD.

In addition, the MACH16 SSDs contains STEC’s Flash management technology, which enables the drives to negate failure errors and extend Mean Time to Failure (MTTF).

STEC chairman and CEO Manouch Moshayedi said that the MACH16 line was designed from the ground up to be ideally suited for high-growth applications in the enterprise server space, which bodes well for the continued proliferation of their drives in a wide range of deployments.

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