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Diablo Technologies Demos Memory Channel Storage technology at High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street Event

OTTAWA, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Diablo Technologies, a proven innovator in high-performance memory system interface products, today announced that it will be exhibiting its Memory Channel Storage™ (MCS™) technology at the 2014 High Performance Computing (HPC) Linux for Wall Street event, April 7 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. Diablo will feature landmark performance results on the AMPS messaging platform from 60East Technologies®, in booth No. 322. 

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Hardware acceleration is at the forefront of High-Frequency Trading (HFT), messaging platforms and other low latency workloads. In 2014, Wall Street increased their annual budget for cutting-edge HPC and datacenter technology by 7 percent, with the primary goal of minimizing end-to-end response times. Historically, the trade-off between storage bandwidth and latency has been the major performance-limiting factor for financial services applications. By leveraging Diablo's disruptive architectural innovation, MCS eliminates I/O bottlenecks and unleashes the full potential of flash storage – putting user data in motion.

Memory Channel Storage is an innovative storage architecture that enables non-volatile media to reside within the memory subsystem. By placing NAND flash into a highly-scalable DIMM form factor, MCS brings extreme I/O performance and ultra-low latency access to solid state storage. With MCS, mission-critical applications can benefit from consistent and deterministic response times, with as low as 5 microsecond (µs) write latency. Due to its distributed architecture, MCS provides an unmatched mixed-workload advantage, enabling new levels of real-time performance for next-generation datacenters in financial services.   

"The ability to analyze and take action on high-velocity, large-scale data yields significant gains for enterprises across vertical industries," said Riccardo Badalone, CEO and Co-Founder of Diablo Technologies. "MCS is a disruptive technology platform capable of processing terabytes of financial data at near-DRAM speed, making it a 'no brainer' for low-latency deployments. We look forward to showcasing this game-changing architecture to the Wall Street IT community."

For more information or to register for High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street, visit http://www.flaggmgmt.com/linux/.

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About Diablo Technologies
Founded in 2003, Diablo is at the forefront of developing breakthrough technologies to set the standard for next-generation enterprise computing. Diablo's Memory Channel Storage platform combines innovative software and hardware architectures with Non-Volatile Memory to introduce a new and disruptive generation of Solid State Storage for data-intensive applications.

The Diablo executive leadership team has decades of experience in system architecture, chip-set design and software development at companies including Nortel Networks, Intel, Cisco, AMD, SEGA, ATI, Cadence Design Systems, Matrox Graphics, Goal Semiconductor, BroadTel Communications and ENQ Semiconductor.

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