A new SSD controller designer is coming out of stealth mode today. Innogrit was founded in 2016 by storage industry veterans with the goal of developing storage technology to support AI and big data applications. We spoke with co-founder Dr. Zining Wu (formerly Marvell's CTO) about the company's planned product lineup, and he will be presenting more information next week in a keynote speech at Flash Memory Summit. Innogrit's long term goal is to go after the enterprise storage market, but they are starting small with a DRAMless client SSD controller, the IG5208 "Shasta". This is already in mass production with full turnkey reference SSD designs available. It will be followed up incrementally larger controllers with more advanced feature sets: Shasta+, Rainier and Tacoma. With...
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