Seagate is diving into PCIe-connected solid state drives via a partnership with LSI. Currently Seagate makes a Pulsar SSD with a 3Gbit/s SATA interface. It fits in a 2.5-inch hard disk drive slot in a disk drive enclosure. A PCIe-connected SSD fits into a server as a plug-in flash card and that's where LSI comes in. It is …
Not surprised. OCZ have a PCI SSD product as well. ioFusion's drives, although fast and first to market, STILL cannot boot an OS. I think ioFusion have missed the boat now. OCZ's product can boot any OS.
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