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Hitachi Data Systems has announced a flash storage tray for Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) arrays, utilising its own in-house developed flash controller. It's called Hitachi Accelerated Flash (HAF) and uses non-volatile memory with two bits per cell. The controller is a multi-core chip managing flash memory dies rather than …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Interesting

    so you slide out a whole tray 6 - 70 TB to service it... when the NAND has to be replaced...

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Interesting

      Nope. You simply use a tray different from a std. disk-tray. Internal connectors and form factor is changed, but the use is similar. You plug in the flash cards individually and use them as if they were traditional disks.

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