Trebia Networks - circa 2003
Trebia Networks delivers innovative system-on-silicon solutions
that power the next generation of storage networking products. Beginning with
the newly introduced SNP-1000® and SNP-500, Trebia is creating a host
of processors targeted to key storage networking applications. Trebia's SNP
products greatly accelerate FCIP and
iSCSI, enabling storage
networking OEMs to deliver enterprise-class features for IP Storage applications
while reducing cost, complexity and overall time-to-market required by
alternative solutions. Incorporated in July 2000, Trebia is based in Acton, in
the middle of Massachusetts' high-tech corridor. For more information, visit
Trebia Networks on the Internet at www.trebia.com.
Networks - editor mentions on STORAGEsearch.com
- editor's comments - in October 2003 - the assets of Trebia Networks were
|the Problem with
Write IOPS - in flash SSDs|
operations in some apps
and some flash SSDs can take orders of
magnitude longer than predicted
benchmarks and latency specs.
Time goes by - in the "play
it again Sam"
scene intrinsic to databases - discrediting
established performance modeling metrics.
|New Directory for AoE Storage............................|
|Editor:- February 15, 2010 -
published a new directory for AoE
(ATA-over-Ethernet) NAS Storage.|
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.
|| Will 2010 be the year that it all changes?
SSDs could play a part -
because less latency is wasted in this low level network storage interface.|