M-Systems - (circa 2006)
M-Systems (Nasdaq: FLSH) is a leader and innovator of flash-based data
storage products known as flash disks. M-Systems' flash disks provide the
functionality of a mechanical hard drive in a silicon chip. M-Systems' products
are based on its patented TrueFFS® technology and target applications in a
vast array of markets, including connected devices, mobile and telecom.
M-Systems' products include the DiskOnChip®, DiskOnKey® and Fast Flash
Disk (FFD) product families.
- editor mentions on STORAGEsearch.com
|In July 2006 -
SanDisk and M-Systems
entered into definitive agreements for SanDisk to
acquire msystems in an
all stock transaction. |
SSD acquisitions -
from 2000 to the present day
|who's who in SSD? - M-Systems|
For a company which hasn't been around since 2006,
M-Systems left deep footprints.
In the period 2000 to 2006 the
company was an innovative evangelist for the use of high capacity fast flash
storage drives in markets outside the traditional military and rugged industrial
markets which were its roots. It had notable achievements in securing design
wins in most tier 1 mobile phone companies for its DiskOnChip products for
But it also pursued applications in the
enterprise server market -
Ready" certification from
Sun Microsystems in 2003
Ultra-Wide SCSI flash SSDs.
M-Systems was also an early pioneer in
the integration of controller technology with flash to develop competitive
MLC flash SSDs.
advertised here on
STORAGEsearch.com from April 2004
to February 2006.