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who's who in SSD? - Lattice
by Zsolt Kerekes,
Lattice Semiconductor has been in the FPGA and programmable
logic device business for over 20 years - and so I was aware of the company
before - but it hadn't done anything interesting enough to merit a mention in
the news pages of
StorageSearch.com until March 2015
- when it acquired Silicon
Image for approximately $606 million.
|Where are customers going
to find the rackspace if they're using those old style, always-on SSDs? |
let's not forget the electrical power.
When you look at the
reliability of the always-on SSDs it reminds me about the bad old days of the
hard disk drives - when you had to change all the disks every few years
|this way to the petabyte
SSD (March 2010)|
|Here's the real problem for
the big companies.
They can lose tens of billions of dollars of revenue by not
participating in the SSD market.
|Hostage to the
fortunes of SSD|
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