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Diablo Technologies Demos Memory Channel Storage Technology at Gigaom Structure Data

OTTAWA, Canada, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Diablo Technologies, a proven innovator in high-performance memory system interface products, today announced that it will be exhibiting its Memory Channel Storage™ (MCS™) architecture at the 2014 Structure Data Conference, March 19-20 in New York City. Diablo will demonstrate the breakthrough advances in flash storage performance and scalability for I/O-intensive workloads in Booth No. 6.

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Diablo's MCS technology puts NAND Flash into a standard DIMM form factor, and enables it to interface with the CPU via DDR3 at near-DRAM speeds.  Memory Channel Storage allows for extremely large "big data" sets to be placed entirely within the NUMA system architecture, resulting in real-time processing and analytics.  MCS significantly minimizes storage latency and provides a level of predictability that cannot be attained with pre-existing flash storage technologies.  With the MCS architecture, systems in big data clusters, such as Hadoop, have access to terabytes of deterministic, ultra-low latency persistent memory, creating the most scalable platform for big data computing.

"Data generation is growing exponentially, providing businesses with vast amounts of information about their customers, markets and opportunities.  Enterprises that can access and hence analyze this mountain of data in real-time will establish a huge competitive advantage," said Riccardo Badalone, CEO and Co-Founder of Diablo Technologies.  "With such scalable performance at low latency, Memory Channel Storage delivers rapid access to fast-changing data for real-time analysis.  We look forward to showcasing this disruptive technology to the attendees of Structure Data 2014."

Structure Data is an annual gathering of the brightest minds in emerging technologies.  Over 900 big data practitioners, technologists and executives convene to examine how big data initiatives can drive business success.  For more information on the event, visit http://events.gigaom.com/structuredata-2014/.

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About Diablo Technologies
Founded in 2003, Diablo is at the forefront of developing breakthrough technologies to set the standard for next-generation enterprise computing. Diablo's Memory Channel Storage platform combines innovative software and hardware architectures with Non-Volatile Memory to introduce a new and disruptive generation of Solid State Storage for data-intensive applications.

The Diablo executive leadership team has decades of experience in system architecture, chip-set design and software development at companies including Nortel Networks, Intel, Cisco, AMD, SEGA, ATI, Cadence Design Systems, Matrox Graphics, BroadTel Communications and ENQ Semiconductor.  

Website: http://www.diablo-technologies.com/

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