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sandisk corp (SNDK) Key Developments

SanDisk and Hewlett-Packard Company Launch Partnership to Create Memory-Driven Computing Solutions

SanDisk Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Company announced a long-term partnership to collaborate on a new technology within the Storage Class Memory (SCM) category. The partnership will center around HP's Memristor technology and expertise and SanDisk's non-volatile ReRAM memory technology and manufacturing and design expertise to create new enterprise-wide solutions for Memory-driven Computing. The two companies also will partner in enhancing data center solutions with Solid State Drives (SSDs). The technology is expected to be up to 1,000 times faster than flash storage and offer up to 1,000 times more endurance than flash storage. It also is expected to offer significant cost, power, density and persistence improvements over DRAM technologies. The SCM technology and its characteristics are intended to allow systems to employ tens of terabytes (TB) of SCM per server node for applications such as in-memory databases, real-time data analytics, transactional and high-performance computing. This technology is focused on addressing the massive streams of data generated by the convergence of social media, security, mobility, big data analytics, cloud and the Internet of Things. The partnership aims for the companies to augment existing flash memory-based SSD product lines with this technology, providing high-performance storage solutions to enterprise data centers. It also aims to contribute to HP's breakthrough new computing model, The Machine, which reinvents the fundamental architecture of computers to enable a quantum leap in performance and efficiency, while lowering costs and improving security.

SanDisk Corporation Introduces New Portfolio of Industrial Grade Flash Storage Solutions for the Rapidly Expanding ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ Market

SanDisk Corporation introduced SanDisk Industrial, a suite of intelligent NAND flash solutions optimized to meet the robust storage demands of connected industrial applications. The new high-endurance SanDisk Industrial solutions offer outstanding performance and reliability, even in extreme temperature ranges, making them ideal for use in a variety of markets, including factory applications and industrial computing, utilities, medical equipment, surveillance camera systems, digital signage, robotics, point-of-sale solutions, large-scale printing, energy management and others. The SanDisk Industrial portfolio of storage solutions includes industrial grade SanDisk SD cards, SanDisk microSD cards and iNAND embedded flash drives (EFD), which are available to manufacturers in capacities up to 64GB. Built for endurance, the industrial solutions are optimized to perform well in a wide range of environments, delivering reliable speed and performance over extended lifecycles. This enables trusted, predictable storage performance for automated factory applications or read-intensive outdoor digital signage that must continuously play video and graphics for extended periods of time. The SanDisk Industrial portfolio of solutions also includes the SanDisk Industrial XT iNAND EFDs and SD cards. Designed to perform in temperatures ranging from -40oC to 85oC, SanDisk XT storage solutions are ideal for high temperature factory applications, utility operations in extreme climates and other intensive environments. In addition, SanDisk Industrial SD cards and microSD cards are removable and swappable, providing users the flexibility to quickly load or update large quantities of data and enabling easy maintenance and configuration. SanDisk Flash Memory Technology Means Trusted Performance: SanDisk’s end-to-end vertical integration enables strong quality control, from flash memory wafer manufacturing to product assembly, test and analysis, to customer implementation. SanDisk works closely with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers and ecosystem partners to optimize its SanDisk Industrial solutions for the unique needs of the industrial market. SanDisk Storage Solutions for the ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ World: SanDisk Industrial storage solutions are the latest additions to SanDisk’s full portfolio of embedded and removable flash storage solutions for industrial markets. It includes SanDisk Automotive storage solutions, SanDisk iNAND embedded flash drive family of products, the solid-state solutions and intelligent SanDisk microSD and SD card solutions. These bring trusted flash storage to consumer electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets and e-readers and PCs, as well as OEM applications such as automotive, connected home and others. SanDisk Industrial XT Storage Solutions: SanDisk Industrial XT SD Cards: Key Features: Capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB; Sequential Read/Write up to 20MB/s4; and -40oC to +85oC operating temperatures. SanDisk Industrial XT iNAND embedded flash drives: Key Features: Capacities: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB; e.MMC 4.51 HS200 specification; Sequential Write/Read up to 30/120MB/s Performance; Enhanced Power Immunity; Supports up to 2 boot/2 user partitions; and -40oC to +85oC operating temperatures. SanDisk Industrial Storage Solutions: SanDisk Industrial iNAND embedded flash drives: Key Features: Capacities: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB; e.MMC 4.41 and e.MMC 4.51 HS200 specifications; Sequential Write/Read up to 30/120MB/s Performance; Enhanced Power Immunity; Supports up to 2 boot/2 user partitions; Supports Enhanced User Definable Area (EUDA) SLC partition; and -25oC to +85oC operating temperatures. SanDisk Industrial SD & microSD Cards: Key Features: Capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB; Sequential Read/Write up to 20MB/s; and -25oC to +85oC operating temperatures.

SanDisk Corporation and Nexenta to Deliver the Open Software-Defined Storage All Flash Array in the Market

SanDisk Corporation and Nexenta announced that NexentaStor has been integrated with SanDisk’s all-flash InfiniFlash IF100 system. This all-flash joint solution provides data center customers with a pre-tested, full-featured, cost-effective, high-performance system for addressing today’s increasing Big Data challenges. Capable of scaling from 64 Terabyte (TB) to two Petabyte (PB) configurations, this unique software and hardware solution supports a broad range of deployment scenarios and workloads including, virtualization, Big Data analytics, data warehousing, and dynamic modeling. Built on ZFS, this resilient scale-up, unified block (FC and iSCSI) and file (NFS and SMB) storage solution provides enterprise customers with peace of mind and the assurance needed around functionality and performance. Key differentiators of this joint solution include NexentaStor's inline data reduction and high performance dual parity raid capabilities as well as the InfiniFlash IF100’s extra low space, power and cooling requirements, resulting in TCO. The coupling of NexentaStor software and SanDisk’s InfiniFlash systems delivers the lowest cost solutions for high performance (ultra low, consistent, sub-millisecond response times and more than 8 Million flash IOPS in a rack) mature unified block and file services to cloud service providers and enterprise customers. These solutions literally break new ground and make all flash storage economically practical for a wide range of use cases, from high performance databases, to virtualized environments, big data lakes and extra dense active archive repositories. The integrated system monitoring and event management capabilities of the new solution, eases system management which ensures a better customer experience. NexentaStor’s ability to support block and file services allows customers to address use cases such as: VMware vCloud Air, OpenStack and CloudStack backend storage, generic NAS file services and Home Directory storage, etc. Tested for use with both Dell PowerEdge R730 and Supermicro SuperServer SYS-6028U-TR4+, the all-flash architecture will be available through select channel partners. List price for the solution including, perpetual software licenses, controllers, InfiniFlash, 3 year support and installation starting as low as $1.5/Raw GB based on configuration and capacity requirements.

SanDisk Corporation Unveils FlashSoft® Software for VMware vSphere®

SanDisk Corporation announced FlashSoft® software for VMware vSphere® 6 as a virtual data service through integration with VMware vSphere APIs for IO Filtering (VAIO). This version of FlashSoft software represents a significant advance in terms of platform integration, usability and performance, increasing customer peace of mind and confidence in host-level storage acceleration. The new VAIO-integrated FlashSoft software will provide write-back caching support for all VMware datastores including VMware Virtual Machine File System (VMFS), Network File System (NFS), VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes™ and VMware Virtual SAN™. The benefits of this new version of FlashSoft for VMware vSphere will include: Usability & Management: As a data service integrated through VMware Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM), the cache will be automatically deployed, managed and maintained cluster-wide through VMware vCenter™ storage policies; Customer Confidence: As a supported solution of both VMware vSphere Storage Policy Based Management and VMware vSphere APIs for IO Filtering, customers and OEM partners will be able to adopt FlashSoft or other third-party virtual data services with the assurance of compatibility and supportability; Increased Performance: The VMware vSphere APIs for IO Filtering framework reduces storage stack latency, delivering data to the solid-state caching filter in one microsecond.

SanDisk Reportedly Hires An Investment Bank

SanDisk Corp. (NasdaqGS:SNDK) has reportedly hired an investment bank upon receiving a takeover approach. Companies potentially interested in acquiring SanDisk include Western Digital Technologies, Inc. and Seagate Technology Public Limited Company (NasdaqGS:STX), according to trading sources.


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