Skyera Inc. announced its collaboration with Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.
In a release, the Company noted that Skyera and Toshiba will work together. This exchange of technical and development information will allow Skyera to fully leverage the enterprise-class architecture of Toshiba's new second generation 19nm NAND Flash technology as part of its skyEagle series of all-Flash enterprise storage arrays.
"Enterprise customers require a different set of features for their storage architectures than those in the consumer marketplace higher performance, improved power efficiency and capacity," said Scott Nelson, senior vice president, memory business unit, Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. "By working closely with Skyera, we ensure that we continue to offer the unmatched innovation and leading-edge technologies that our customers have come to depend on from Toshiba. We look forward to a successful relationship with Skyera as we continue to deliver on this commitment with optimized solutions that address the needs of enterprises worldwide."
"Toshiba's enterprise NAND products are well known for their ability to deliver the functionality and performance that enterprises desire with the high-quality engineering and manufacturing they need to be successful," said Radoslav Danilak, CEO and co-founder of Skyera. "This agreement allows for a very symbiotic exchange of technical information that will enable both companies to leverage our collective expertise to advance solid- state computing in the mainstream. We are proud to have the opportunity to work closely with Toshiba to usher in the new era of all-Flash enterprise storage."
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