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Aupera Technologies

Aupera Technologies Inc., founded in 2014 and headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, is a storage innovator which provides total solutions for enterprise All Flash Array systems. With its proprietary distributed computing and storage architecture, coupling with its acceleration engine, Aupera storage system achieves flexible configuration and customer desired performance for dedicated applications.

Editor's comments:- August 2015 - Aupera is a newcomer to the rackmount SSD market with a range of systems which the company says are optimized for video surveillance applications.

Among the technology assets which are integrated in these flash arrays are some SSDs which are also available as separate products:-
  • an M.2 form factor MRAM SSD (Aup M001) , and
SSD market history is long and complicated. The past analysis of trends didn't always fully reveal strategic trends which help us to understand what's happening now.

This article splits SSD history into 4 - before and after events.
Strategic Bifurcations in SSD Market History

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world's first M.2 MRAM SSD
Editor:- August 13, 2015 - Everspin Technologies and Aupera Technologies today announced the launch of the worlds first all MRAM storage module in the M.2 form factor.

The AupM001 is equipped with Everspins non-volatile, high endurance, 64 Mb DDR3 ST-MRAM devices and a PCIe backhaul interface. AupM001's capacity is 32MB and among other uses is used in Auperas all Flash Array system for parity check and as a hardware accelerated engine for specific applications that require low latency and high performance.
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