Headquartered in Seal Beach, Calif., Imperial Technology,
has a legacy product line which incorporates a decade of experience designing
and manufacturing high-performance storage solutions that shatter
to supercharge application performance. Imperial's products are installed on
Sun, HP, Compaq/Digital, IBM and Unisys systems. They integrate and install
seamlessly in environments that run Oracle, Sybase, Brocade, Veritas and EMC
Technology - editor mentions on STORAGEsearch.com
comments:- Imperial Technology started selling enterprise
RAM SSDs in 2001.
version of Imperial went
out of business, then a scaled down Imperial Technology resumed
marketing under new ownership
and was able to manufacture and supply the original range of solid state disks.
Then in Q3 2008 - it disappeared again. And the web domain name now
belongs to an unrelated company.
Imperial's classic (2002) article -
Tuning SANs with SSDs
- shows how complicated it was for users to get the benefits of SSD acceleration
before the advent of auto-caching
SSDs and at a time when
SSDs cost more -
because it was the pre-flash enterprise era.
|many years ago - in
|Imperial's SSDs are eBay's Holiday Helpers
Editor:- December 11, 2000 - eBay
has selected Imperial
Technology as a strategic technology provider in ensuring high-speed
transaction processing throughout and beyond the holidays.
products are an essential component of eBay's mission-critical infrastructure,"
VP of operations at eBay. "Imperial has demonstrated to us their
commitment to quality and ability to deliver a robust product.
MegaRam solid state
disks deliver the performance we need in many of our response time-critical
"Imperial Technology's MegaRam Solid State Disks are high-speed,
random-access storage peripherals. Often, mounting only 3% of an application on
a solid state disk is enough to realize the desired performance improvement,
making a sound economical sense," said Farid
Neema, president of
Peripheral Concepts, a
based in Santa Barbara, CA. "It is no surprise that one of the largest
eBusiness sites finds this technology to be a strategic IT resource."
"Solid state disks have been around for a long time but
are now experiencing a renaissance," stated Robert
David, Imperial's senior VP of sales and marketing. "With the
explosion of web content and delivery, and the huge increase in eBusiness
transactions, SSDs are no longer being seen as an exotic technology, but as an
enabling technology that allows companies to achieve a competitive advantage, as
is the case with eBay."