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HGST provides solid-state storage to Verizon Cloud

Tuesday 22 October 2013 | 17:12 CET | News
HGST, a Western Digital company, and Verizon Enterprise Solutions have announced that HGST is providing solid-state storage services for Verizon's recently introduced Verizon Cloud. HGST's s800 Series Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) enterprise-class solid-state drives (SSDs) are being deployed in Verizon's cloud servers, providing businesses with reliable solid-state storage on a scalable platform. Verizon Cloud allows users to dial up or down virtual machine and network settings and provides predictable performance for mission-critical applications. The 2.5-inch s800 Series SSDs, with capacities of up to two terabytes, deliver ultra-high transactional performance for cloud computing, server and storage applications. Demonstrations of Verizon Cloud will be available at the Cloud Connect conference, being held at McCormick Place, Chicago, 21-23 October.

Categories: Internet
Companies: Verizon / Western Digital
Countries: United States
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