CEO: Riccardo Badalone
Diablo Technologies, Ottawa, Ontario, in July came to market with its first product, Memory Channel Storage, which it said bypasses traditional storage infrastructures and leverages a server's existing standard DIMM form factor and DDR-3 CPU interface to access tens of TBs of flash capacity.
Memory Channel Storage is available as a drop-in replacement for standard RDIMMs, which Diablo Technologies said provide persistent latencies similar to that of DRAM as well as the ability to scale linearly by adding additional modules. The result, according to Diablo Technologies, is block storage capacity with latencies reduced by over 85 percent compared to PCIe and by about 96 percent compared to SSDs.
The company is targeting such markets as database, cloud, big data, high-frequency trading, server and storage virtualization, and VDI.