Intel and Micron are delivering sample quantities of NAND devices with 3-bits-per-cell (3bpc) flash memory using 25-nanometer process technology. 3bpc NAND technology is sometimes referred to as triple-level cell (TLC).
Samsung and Anobit have partnered to produce a Secure Digital (SD) controller card that incorporates Anobit's Memory Signal Processing (MSP) technology with Samsung's 3-bit, 30-nanometer NAND technology. The SK6630 controller is co-designed and manufactured by Sky Medi.
Pliant Technology's Lightning family of Enterprise Flash Drives (EFDs) have been qualified with LSI's CTS2600 line of storage controllers and enclosures, which support 6Gbps SAS. Pliant also joined the LSI Channel Partner Alliance Program.
Avere Systems has secured $17 million in Series B funding, bringing total investment in the company to $32 million. The funding was led by Tenaya Capital, and also included original investors Menlo Ventures and Norwest Venture Partners.
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The Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) announced its newly elected board of directors for 2010/2011. They include chairman Skip Jones (QLogic), vice chairman/treasurer Tom Hammond-Doel (LSI) and secretary Greg McSorley (Amphenol). Members at large include Anthony Faustini (Cisco), Sean Fitzpatrick (HP), Rick Joos (NetApp), Mark Jones (Emulex), Jay Neer (Molex) and Steven Wilson (Brocade).