Samsung Electronics has acquired Nvelo, the Silicon Valley businessman of products for caching interpretation upon flash-based SSDs (solid-state disks).

Nvelo is secretly hold as well as formed in Santa Clara, California, as well as the conditions of the understanding were not disclosed. The merger involves all the company’s record as well as personnel, Samsung said.

Nvelo’s Dataplex program is written for caching interpretation in SSDs to urge the speed of retrieval in inclination which operate possibly HDDs (hard hoop drives) or SSDs for their categorical storage. The association says the record can brand the interpretation which the user needs many mostly as well as place which in the cache. That interpretation additionally stays in the categorical storage. Flash vendors together with OCZ Technology, Corsair as well as Crucial sell Dataplex bundled with their own products, according to Nvelo.

The operate of peep storage in as well as with HDDs has increasing in new years. SSDs collect interpretation faster than HDDs though price some-more per bit. Caching the many mostly accessed interpretation upon peep whilst gripping alternative pieces upon hoop offers the some-more careful approach to grasp tall performance.

Stephen Lawson covers mobile, storage as well as networking technologies for The IDG News Service. Follow Stephen upon Twitter during @sdlawsonmedia. Stephen’s e-mail residence is stephen_lawson@idg.com

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