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Sans Digital

Sans Digital, a leading provider of high performance storage subsystems is devoted to providing the highest quality storage devices with great flexibility, performance, aesthetics and value. Sans Digital offers hot-swappable JBOD and RAID storage products for direct attached storage, network attached storage, and storage area network to customers ranging from SOHO (Small Office, Home Office), SMB (Small, Medium Business) to enterprises worldwide.

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from JBOD to SAFE 33 (Sans Digital's RAID levels guide)

  • editor's comments:- February 2011 - if this were 2001 instead of 2011 then Sans Digital's NAS and RAID systems would be just the kind of thing that filled our news pages in those days. But you know what? Time has moved on. If it's just a shiny hard disk box into which you can also put some SSDs - it's not very interesting for most readers.

    Sans Digital mentions in SSD market history

    In May 2008 - Sans Digital launched the CompactRAID CR2T enclosure - which adapts 2x CF cards into a 2.5" SATA mirrored SSD.

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From 2007 to 2014 - the dominant focus and center of SSD accelerator gravity was PCIe SSDs.

It was the rapid domino-effect adoption of 3rd party PCIe SSD accelerators by every mainstream server manufacturer - which changed the way that SSDs were perceived - from being an alienlike technology promoted by industry outsiders to being a necessary option which was expected to be supported inside every new server product line.

All that is changing. The new accelerator focus (2015 to 2017) is storage class memories and DIMM wars.

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