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Smart Modular XceedIOPS SSD
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Smart Modular XceedIOPS SSD

Smart Modular Technologies has announced that its XceedIOPS SAS 2.5-inch solid state drive (SSD) will be used in the planned IBM POWER7 high-performance supercomputer.

Supercomputing requires storage solutions that can deliver long lifetimes with high reliability and data integrity under the most demanding operating environments. Due to its use of the latest 34nm enterprise-grade multi-level-cell (E-MLC) NAND flash technology, Smart's XceedIOPS SAS SSD provides superior endurance and a five-year minimum operational life even in workload-intensive environments, the vendor said.

Smart's XceedIOPS SAS SSD also offers extensive error-correction and detection features, multi-level data-path and code protection, data-loss recovery, and active thermal management designed to improve reliability and data integrity.

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