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semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications. Broadcom®
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- editor mentions on StorageSearch.com
editor's notes:- Nowadays Broadcom doesn't have strong links to the
storage market - and certainly not to SSDs. But in days of
- they did once have a RAID
controller product line and related SoCs, adapters and software. See the
June 2004 news
archive for a related story.
May 2009 they
made a (rejected) bid to buy Emulex.
| Avago agrees to acquire
|Editor:- May 28, 2015 - Avago today
will acquire Broadcom
for approximately $37 billion.|
Editor's comments:- both
companies are peripheral to
the SSD ecosystem (no pun intended) insofar as they supply communications and
interface chips which connect SSDs and SSD boxes rather than having anything too
much to do with memory related controllers.
There are many segments for enterprise flash arrays which aren't listed or
even hinted at in standard models of the enterprise market. Many of these
missing market segments don't even have names.
hidden segments in the enterprise |
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