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Western Digital Introduces New Ultrastar DC ME200 Memory Extension Drive

Western Digital Introduces New Ultrastar DC ME200 Memory Extension Drive

by Raja IdrisNovember 13, 2018
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Western Digital (WD) has today announced their new Ultrastar DC ME200 Memory Extension Drive, which is the brand’s first product that enables you to better optimize in-memory system capacity and performance for running demanding applications.

Western Digital Ultrastar DC ME200 Memory Extension Drive

WD has jumped into the in-memory computing segment with their latest product, the Ultrastar DC ME200 Memory Extension Drive. As today’s world grows in terms of demand for in-memory computing for analytics, data processing, cloud services and high performance, WD’s new solution comes in to offer extra DRAM.

The Ultrastar memory drive provides cost-efficient, with near-DRAM performance for companies to expand memory pools sizes up to 8X the DRAM capacity while also offering CAPEX and OPEX savings.

With it, it is ideal for in-memory applications such as Redis, Memcached, Apache Spark, and large-scale databases, giving higher capacities over current storage-class memory products.

The Ultrastar DC ME200 is PCIe-device compatible with most Intel x86 servers and is available in 1TiB, 2TiB, and 4TiB options (TiB = Tebibyte). The new solution requires no modification to the OS, system hardware, firmware, or application stacks. For expandability, a 1U server can support up to 24TiB of system memory using the Ultrastar DC ME200 drive for in-memory compute clusters.

For more information on the new solution from Western Digital, you can look it up here.

Pokdepinion: I wonder if it’s going to make its way here to Malaysia. Another question is the price. They’ve mentioned that it will be affordable, but how ‘affordable’ is affordable?

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