Intel, LSI Team to Build New Flash Storage System

IntelLogoIntel and LSI Corp. are partnering to engineer a flash storage product aimed at helping organizations manage increasing amounts of data.

Under the manufacturing agreement, LSI will integrate its Nytro MegaRAID card into Intel’s redundant array of independent disks line of products to speed up the read and write access to data, The Var Guy reported Monday.

Christopher Tozzi writes the flash technology is designed to copy frequently accessed data to the storage system and aims to help organizations implement Hadoop and other big data infrastructures.

The integrated Nytro MegaRAID card aims to boost performance of Hadoop tasks by 33 percent while reducing costs on non-hard disk devices such solid-state drive disks, according to the report.

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