US based semiconductor company Micron Technology Inc. has announced a new series of PCI Express solid state storage systems dubbed the RealSSD P320h SSD series.
According to the company, with this latest move, their clients will be equipped with high-end endurance and performance capabilities o handle data intensive enterprise applications such as business intelligence, cloud computing, data analytics and video on demand.
Micron also said that this new product has the ability to replace the traditional enterprise storage methodology of spinning disks.
"Micron is defining a whole new category of enterprise-class storage with our P320h PCIe solid-state storage systems," said Gary Gentry, the general manager of enterprise division in Micron's NAND solutions group on GlobeNewsWire (opens in new tab).
"The P320h provides customers with the most compelling performance solution in the industry," he added.
The new RealSSD P320h system deploys Micron’s tested single level, 34 nm cell NAND flash memory technology with either 350 GB or 700 GB of memory. The P320h, from scratch to the very end, has been designed and developed solely by Micron.
Meanwhile, Micron also found itself making headlines following the licencing agreement it signed with Intellectual Ventures, one of the largest patent-portfolio managers in the US.