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Serial ATA AHCI: Specification, Rev. 1.1

Defines functional behavior and Advanced Host Controller Interface software for moving data between system memory and serial ATA devices.

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Serial ATA AHCI: Specification, Rev. 1.2

Defines functional behavior and Advanced Host Controller Interface software for moving data between system memory and serial ATA devices.

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Serial ATA AHCI: Device Sleep Technical Proposal, Rev. 1.3.1

Programming register definitions, a method to detect support for direct software control, and a method for HW to autonomously enter and exit DevSleep.

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Scale-out NAS Replacing Traditional Network Attached Storage

Editor’s Pick: explosive growth of unstructured data is driving scale-out NAS, object-based storage, and cloud as a NAS tier.

Intel Scale-Out Storage Technologies: Powering Tomorrow's Cloud

Video: Scale-out storage based on Intel® Xeon® processors lets you more easily scale your enterprise storage for added data protection and security.

Methods to Handle Big Data Durability Challenges for Big Data

White Paper: Discusses why RAID doesn’t scale for big data, and compares various erasure code alternatives to compute data durability and loss risk.

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Intel Data Center Performance

Discover Intel data center performance in scalability, big data, and HPC, with performance-related benchmarks in compute, storage, and networking.

Intel® RAID Expander RES3FV288: Product Brief

Product Brief: Intel® RAID Expander RES3FV288 with an MD2 form factor supports up to 28 SAS or SATA devices and 8 external ports for JBOD connection.

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Intel® RAID Expander RES3TV360: Product Brief

Product Brief: The Intel® RAID Expander RES3TV360 enables the connection of up to 28 SAS or SATA devices with inside-the-box flexibility and low cost.

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Intel® Xeon® Processor-based Storage Helps Increase Efficiency

Hawai’i Undersea Research Laboratory protects terabytes of irreplaceable deep-sea video footage using a NAS system based on Intel® Xeon® processors.

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