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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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LITE-ON Sets Ship Date for Project Denali Compliant SSDs

LITE-ON Storage, an established leader in the rapidly expanding solid-state drive (SSD) industry, revealed today it will ship its first storage drive supporting the recently-approved Project Denali 1.0 specification this summer.

Announced at the 2019 Open Compute Project (OCP) Global Summit in San Jose, Calif., LITE-ON said its new Open Channel AD2 series SSD, built in collaboration with CNEX Labs, developer of a transformative architecture for SSD controllers, will give data center organizations a powerful option for improving performance and reducing costs related to cloud and enterprise-based workloads.

“We’ve been at this for quite a while, and with recent progress building out the Project Denali spec, we believe we’ll be ready to ship in the second quarter of this year,” said Darlo Perez, Managing Director of the Americas region for LITE-ON. “For our customers, this should mean massive potential improvements in quality of service (QoS) for cloud computing and enterprise storage. We couldn’t be more excited.”

“LITE-ON is advanced in applying the latest technology to improve its SSD capabilities for customers, and its work with CNEX’s high performance Denali and NVMe SSD controller to introduce Project Denali SSDs is no exception,” said Justin Heindel, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at CNEX Labs. “Project Denali SSDs will provide a powerful tool for next-generation enterprise and cloud storage infrastructure to achieve unprecedented flexibility for performance and cost optimizations in a variety of workloads.”

Project Denali is a standardization and evolution of Open Channel SSD technology that defines the roles of SSD versus that of the host in a standard interface, according to Microsoft. Media management, error correction, mapping of bad blocks and other functionality specific to the flash generation stays on the device while the host receives random writes, transmits streams of sequential writes, maintains the address map, and performs garbage collection. The technology is highly effective in installations that have Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) or microcontrollers to provide SSD aggregation and storage offload functionality.

Backers of Project Denali believe this storage architecture advancement could greatly reduce costs for SSD deployment, improve performance, making these drives more useful and cost-effective for both enterprise organizations and cloud service providers.

LITE-ON will also showcase its next-generation form factor, EDSFF (Enterprise & Datacenter SSD Form Factor) SSD, the AD5 16TB, which it built in concert with CNEX Labs. This new solution delivers storage density, system design flexibility, thermal efficiency, scalable performance and easy maintenance with front-load hot swap capabilities. The hardware design also supports low-latency, 3D TLC and low-cost QLC NAND flash based depending on customer cloud applications.

To see any of LITE-ON’s solutions or to learn more, please visit Booth C7 at the San Jose Convention Center and come hear LITE-ON Storage Principal Engineer, Jeffery Chang’s presentation at the OCP event at 1:10 p.m. on Friday, March 15.

About LITE-ON Storage

A Strategic Business Group of LITE-ON Technology Corporation, LITE-ON Storage is a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of Solid-State Drives (SSDs) for PC Client, Industrial Solutions, Automotive, Enterprise and Cloud Computing.

Available in a variety of interfaces and form factors to deliver the right product for the right application, LITE-ON SSD solutions are highly customizable using industry-leading key components. Designed for innovation, built for quality, and chosen for performance, all LITE-ON SSDs are 100% manufactured in-house utilizing state-of-the art facilities in Taiwan. Additional information about LITE-ON can be found at: liteonssd.com.

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