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Pacific Digital - (2004)

Pacific Digital Corporation, established in 1996, is a leading supplier of storage and multimedia solutions. Its Advanced Product Division's family of ADMA solutions range from IC solutions for motherboard and disk controller OEMs to an array of SATA and Ultra-ATA host adapters. These solutions enable Pacific Digital customers -- system builders and manufacturers of computers featuring mass storage subsystems -- to reduce costs and provide the highest performance to their customers. Pacific Digital's Consumer Product Division provides complete solutions with a focus on DVD and CD-ReWritable optical technology and distributes to resellers via Ingram Micro and D&H, and direct to consumers through Staples, OfficeMax, Sam's Club, Fry's Electronics, DataVision, Dell, and other fine resellers. For more information about Pacific Digital, Corp., visit our website at

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  • editor's comments:- Pacific Digital ceased operation in about 2006.

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the problem with flash SSD  write IOPS
the Problem with Write IOPS - in flash SSDs
Repeating write operations in some apps
and some flash SSDs can take orders of
magnitude longer than predicted by IOPS
benchmarks and latency specs.

Time goes by - in the "play it again Sam"
scene intrinsic to databases - discrediting
long established performance modeling metrics.
New Directory for AoE Storage............................
Editor:- February 15, 2010 - published a new directory for AoE (ATA-over-Ethernet) NAS Storage.

Although this NAS mode first hit our news pages in 2003 - support for it hitherto has been miniscule and compatible products are only available from a handful of vendors.
AoE storage Will 2010 be the year that it all changes? Maybe. SSDs could play a part - because less latency is wasted in this low level network storage interface.

profile updated June 29, 2004....................................................................

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