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Old 8th December 2009, 09:17   #1
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Default Seagate Enters the Enterprise SSD Market with Pulsar

Thereís little more to say about Pulsar than what Iíve already mentioned. Seagate is finally getting in the game and, at least on paper, Pulsar appears to be in the class of Intelís X25-E.

If Seagate can deliver on its promises, this should be good. Currently the enterprise SSD market is occupied by Intel, Samsung and a bunch of other contenders with unproven track records. Using Indilinx drives in a server environment is very tempting, but also potentially dangerous. There isnít sufficient data out there today to say how long their drives will last under constant random writes. I tend to believe Seagate when they commit to Pulsar being a 5 year drive capable of over 6PB of random writes.
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