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SanDisk Rolls Flash Storage System for Enterprise

05 March 2015

SanDisk Corp. has released what it calls a new category of storage for the IT industry: a high-capacity, all-flash storage platform.

The storage platform, dubbed InfiniFlash, is targeted at big data and hyperscale markets in three configurations offering what SanDisk claims is five times the density and 50 times the performance of traditional hard disk drive arrays while consuming 80 percent less power. SanDisk said it is offering its InfiniFlash platform at a cost of less than $1 per gigabyte.

Sumit Sadana, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at San Disk, said in a statement that the InfiniFlash platform is SanDisk's first foray into bringing a flash array storage system to the enterprise market.

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