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Toshiba shows first SCSI-like Universal Flash demo system

6/13/2012 07:04 PM EDT
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Jeff Safire
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Jeff Safire   6/14/2012 11:46:35 PM
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I am glad to see this standard seeing the light of day as well. And it is nice to have it set on something we all know. Long live SCSI!

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Roy.Sherrill   6/14/2012 12:58:06 AM
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UFS has been a long time coming. As a participant on the JEDEC JC-64 committee, Datalight has been eager to see the devices become a reality. It picks up where e-MMC leaves off to provide a path into the future for modern flash devices, extending the ability for the combination of hardware and software to delight the user. It's exciting to see it starting to emerge in real silicon. Specs are great but seeing the fruit of industry collaboration on them is better! Go Toshiba! Roy Sherrill Datalight www.datalight.com

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