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SCSI Flash Tape launch coverage in EEtimes

EETimes "Flash Extends Life of Magnetic Tape Machines"

TORONTO — 4th October 2016, Despite the advent of cloud computing and dropping prices for both spinning disk and flash for enterprise storage, magnetic tape storage technology remains a mainstay of many industries, and financially, it still doesn't make sense to replace those systems when they can no longer replace the tape.

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1330576

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Launch of SCSIFlash-Tape provides solid state replacement for obsolete and end-of-life tape drives

Reading, UK – 14th September 2016. Solid State Disks Ltd, the advanced storage systems design, development and integration specialist, has launched SCSIFlash-Tape which provides a CompactFlash-based, solid state replacement for traditional SCSI-based, electro-mechanical tape drives on legacy computer-based systems that are either obsolete or nearing the end of their life. SCSIFlash-Tape provides a drop-in replacement for the popular DDS DAT, DLT and QIC tape drives on a variety of host systems.

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Solid State Drive to Replace Alcatel Lucent 5ESS SCSI Tape and Disk

Reading, UK – 12th April 2016. Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL) win SCSI CF Solid State upgrade contract with major UK Telecom repair & service organisation to upgrade the SCSI drives on their customers Alcatel-Lucent 5ESS system. The CF Solid State Disk Drive has passed Alcatel-Lucent test beds and live network testing and is currently being deployed in a major operator network.

The Tape and Moving Head Disk (MHD) can be replaced using the Solid State SCSIFlash drop in replacement.

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SSD launches FLOPPYFlash providing a solid state replacement for obsolete floppy disk drives on legacy computer-based systems

SSD launches FLOPPYFlash providing a solid state replacement for obsolete floppy disk drives on legacy computer-based systems.

Reading, UK – 1st September 2016. Solid State Disks Ltd, the advanced storage systems design, development and integration specialist, has launched FLOPPYFlash, a floppy drive emulator providing a solid state replacement for obsolete, electro-mechanical floppy disk drives in legacy computer-based systems and equipment as a direct, drop-in replacement. 

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Solid State Drive to Replace Ericsson AXE-10 IOG11 Disk and Magneto Optic Disk

Reading, UK – 14th August 2016. Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL) win SCSI CF Solid State upgrade contract with major Telecom OEM to upgrade the SCSI drives on their Ericsson AXE-10 IOG11 system. The CF Solid State Disk Drive has passed Ericsson AXE-10 IOG11 test beds and live network testing and is currently being deployed in a major operator network.

The Magneto Optic (Removable MO) and Moving Head Disk (MHD) can be replaced using a drop in replacement - the SCSIFlash Solid State Disk Drive.

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