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FASTORA is a storage division of AXIOMTEK, a multi-million dollar manufacturer of award-winning versatile and modularly-designed Applied Computing Platforms. Fastora is unique in that it actually owns its own manufacturing facility, which enables the design, manufacture, and delivery of state-of-the-art, reliable, and cost-effective storage solutions. The company partners with the VAR community to provide specialized storage-centric programs, bare systems or complete systems in order to provide on-target solutions for business and vertical markets. FASTORA's storage products can be used over a broad range of different network environments, including Microsoft, Apple, Novell, and UNIX in storage-dependent applications including digital video, health care, nearline storage, email management, digital imaging/document data, high availability backup, broadcast and surveillance. The company is located at 18138 Rowland St. City of Industry, Calif. 91748. For sales, support or general information, the company can be reached at 626.581.3232 or via the Web at

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Squeak! - Why are Most Analysts Wrong About Solid State Disks?
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Most analysts and editors of other computer publications don't really understand the solid state disk market. They show their ignorance and naivete by prefacing every discussion of SSDs with a superficial analysis which compares the cost per byte of storage between flash and hard disk drives. That's the wrong answer to the wrong question. And it's far removed from why the SSD market is racing to become a multi billion dollar market seemingly in blithe ignorance of the cost per byte proposition.

This article tells you what's important to users and the main applications in which SSDs are already being used and new applications where they will be used in the next 3 years. the article, Solid State Disks

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