Mar 19 2014, 4:05am CDT | by PR.com
St Albans, United Kingdom, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Boston Limited today announces its plans to deploy application accelerating SSDs using Memory Channel Storage™ technology within Supermicro server and storage platforms which is ideally suited for a broad range of big-data analytical workloads, high-frequency trading, in-memory compute, virtualisation, VDI, and database acceleration – putting your data in motion.
Powered by Diablo Technologies Memory Channel Storage (MCS™), the SSD’s innovative design connects flash storage to the memory channel using an industry standard DIMM form factor, enabling it to be fully interoperable with RDIMM’s. Diablo’s Memory Channel Storage enables new levels of application performance supported by next generation enterprise server and storage system designs.
Boston has combined the MCS technology with over 20 years’ experience of high performance and low latency computing to deliver certified solutions capable of delivering as low as 5 μsec write latency, random read/write performance of up to 150K/65K IOPS per DIMM, and data transfer rates up to 1GB/s/760MB/s* sequential read/write – enabling I/O performance to scale while maintaining low latency.
Manoj Nayee, Managing Director of Boston Limited, says “Customers are demanding more and more performance from their systems. We have developed a certified range of systems that will help deliver this performance to clients in various sectors looking for pure acceleration.”
San Jose, California based Supermicro, the leading innovator in high-performance, high-efficiency server solutions, is supporting Boston with a range of MCS validated server platforms optimized for latency sensitive workloads. Wally Liaw, Vice President of Sales, International at Supermicro explains, “Supermicro’s MCS tuned Hyper-Speed and Enterprise class platforms dramatically accelerate I/O for mission critical, data intensive applications delivering customers such as Boston an unrivaled performance and reliability advantage for their end-to-end computing solutions.”
For more information about Boston’s range of server and storage solutions equipped with MCS-based SSDs, or to arrange a demonstration at the Boston Labs facility, please contact Apostolos Lambrianides, Marketing Manager of Boston Limited on +44 (0) 1727 876 100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Up to stated speed. Based on internal testing; performance may vary depending upon drive capacity, host device, OS and application.
About Boston Limited
With over 20 years of trading within the distribution and OEM marketplace, Boston continues to lead the way in providing the latest high-performance, power-optimized technologies into the data centre, HPC, ISP, Military, VFX, Enterprise and Broadcast markets with multi-award winning server, storage, workstation and clustered solutions. Since the successful launch of Boston IT Solutions (India) Private Limited in 2009, we announced the launch of Boston Server & Storage Solutions GmbH in 2010. Expansion into both regions has been driven purely by market demand for alternate vendors providing high-performance and high value-add systems. As our global reach continues to expand we plan on opening further global facilities to improve and expand the services we offer. For more information about Boston, please visit www.boston.co.uk and follow @BostonLimited on Twitter.
About Super Micro Computer, Inc.
Supermicro (NASDAQ: SMCI), the leading innovator in high-performance, high-efficiency server technology is a premier provider of advanced server Building Block Solutions for Data Center, Cloud Computing, Enterprise IT, Hadoop/Big Data, HPC and Embedded Systems worldwide. Supermicro is committed to protecting the environment through its “We Keep IT Green” initiative and provides customers with the most energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly solutions available on the market. www.supermicro.com
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