OCZ to reveal Aeon 3.5-inch HPC SSDs

Posted on Monday, Sep 09 2013 @ 19:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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OCZ announced it will show off new enterprise SSDs at the Wall Street Show:
OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) for computing devices and systems, will showcase the company's latest enterprise storage and acceleration solutions at the 2013 High Performance Computing (HPC) for Wall Street Show in booth 201 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City on September 9. One of the largest shows catering to the HPC market, it is an ideal venue for OCZ to showcase solid state storage products designed for addressing big data performance and low latency for financial applications.

OCZ will unveil the upcoming Aeon Series 3.5" SSD, a Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) SAS drive specifically targeted to meet the stringent requirements of latency sensitive applications currently being mired by legacy hard-disk drive (HDD) infrastructures. Designed for demanding transactional environments such as high-frequency trading (HFT), Aeon delivers the speed and ultra low latency read and writes of DRAM with the persistence and scalability of storage. Aeon reduces file system overhead in enterprise appliances while accelerating applications and improving overall I/O efficiency, along with providing unlimited endurance supporting an infinite number of drive writes per day without wearing out or slowing down.

With an emphasis on superior total cost of ownership (TCO) and increasing speeds for financial industry datacenters, the HPC for Wall Street Show provides IT professionals with valuable insight into leveraging new technologies to maximize their company's productivity and streamline their storage footprint, covering various topics under big data with emphasis on zero latency. Join OCZ Technology at booth 201 to learn more about the Aeon Series along with additional SSD products designed for enterprise and server storage clients who place a premium on performance, reliability, and TCO.


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