LSI Set to Acquire SandForce in $370 Deal

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Can't say this makes me happy. As an independent company, SandForce was able to cater to all makers on the marked (save from Intel, I guess). I would hate for LSI to hamper this and keep all future developments in house, or relegate only second-grade silicon to SSD makers.
 

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Aww, my 3 pigs and marry an ugly daughter comment was removed when $370/$370M was finally corrected. Funny though that first comment remains. Guess the moderator didn't get that joke. lol. FYI, he means MB/CPU or Sandforce the *company* (at $370), I thought it was funny.
 

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Mom, can I borrow some money? Oh, not much, just want to buy a company that makes flash memory controllers ... please???
 

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http://www.photofast.tw/comboproducts.asp?pid=1
Hardware based RAID controller
PCI-Express 2.0 x 8
Max. read up to 1400MB/s
Max. write up to 1500MB/s
Fully Compliant with RoHS directive
CE and FCC compatibility

Weight
Dimensions
Input Voltage
Host Bus Interface
Capacity
Data Buffer
1100g +/- 10g
53.38mmx149.3mmx230mm
12V, 5V ± 5%
PCI-Express 2.0 x 8
240GB / 480GB / 960GB
512MB ECC DDR II and SDRAM Memory

PhotoFast GM-PowerDrive-LSI PCIe SSD

Seems to me there is already LSI RAID SSD solutions?
 
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