In the News
Microsemi Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Microchip Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: MCHP), today announced its new SXP 24G family of devices, the industry’s first 24G SAS (SAS-4) expanders for server and networked storage. 24G SAS doubles the bandwidth of the storage interconnect, which enables the full bandwidth of the PCIe Gen 4 to be utilized by the storage interconnect.
Listen to STA President Rick Kutcipal talk “All About Serial Attached SCSI” in this podcast with Chris Evans of Storage Unpacked.
- Greg McSorley, SNIA Technical Council (non-voting); Technical Business Development Manager, Amphenol
- Kevin Marks, Technologist, Distinguished Engineer, Server Solution Office of the CTO, DellEMC
- Jeremiah Tussey, Product Marketing Manager, Data Center Solutions, Microsemi – a Microchip Company
- Rick Kutcipal, Product Planner, Data Center Solutions Group, Broadcom; President, SCSI Trade Association
Cameron Brett, STA Board Member and Director, SSD Product Marketing at Toshiba Memory Corporation, presented "Should I Build My All-Flash Array with SAS, SATA, or NVMe?" on September 24 at Storage Developer Conference in Santa Clara, CA.
Watch a video of Cam’s presentation here.
Download the PDF version of the presentation: Building_An_All-Flash_Array_with_SAS_NVMe_or_SATA.pdf (filesize: 257KB)
From Serial Storage Wire
Robust Dual-Port and Multipath for High Availability and Efficient Sharing - September 29, 2016
by Jeremiah Tussey, Sr. Alliance Manager, Microsemi Serial-attached SCSI (SAS) is the robust choice for dual-port and multipath solutions, and is critical for high availability and efficiently sharing HDDs and SSDs in an ecosystem. End-to-end data integrity is also an important need for many enterprise applications. Only SAS supports the full SCSI command set, with… Read more »
12Gb/s SAS in Full Swing - September 24, 2015
by Chet Mercado and Rick Kutcipal For data storage OEMs, system builders and end-users looking to take full advantage of the ultra-high performance that 12Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) brings to servers, blades and network storage arrays, 2013 was the year they began to see products rolling out. Prominent vendors introduced a variety of solutions… Read more »Serial Storage Wire Archives
From The Library
Storage Developer Conference 2018 - September 26, 2018