Big Blue pushes further into flash sector with big investment

04/12/2013 | PCWorld

Sensing a business shift away from hard drives, IBM is making an aggressive push to advance its flash memory business with a $1 billion investment into new R&D and the introduction of a new storage platform. According to the company, a single rack of IBM's new FlashSystem storage devices offers more than 300 times the performance and capacity of high-performance disks. As part of the initiative, IBM will also open 12 flash support centers around the world to provide customers prototype and support services.

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