Oxford Semiconductor Unveils New Consumer Network-Attached and Direct-Attached Storage Solution-on-a-chip Platforms

Jul 17, 2008
 
MILPITAS, Calif.—July 21, 2008—Oxford Semiconductor, a leading provider of high-performance silicon and software solutions designed to simplify digital storage and retrieval, today unveiled the latest additions to its family of storage platforms that enable reliable, robust storage systems for the connected digital lifestyle. Aimed at the emerging personal shared network-attached storage (NAS) market, Oxford introduced the highly integrated OXE810x NAS platform, designed for bridging between Ethernet and up to two serial advanced technology attachments (SATA) hard disks. The company also introduced the OXUFS936x RAID platform, a universal interface (i.e. USB2.0/FireWire/eSATA) to SATA digital storage and retrieval device with integrated hardware RAID controller for direct-attached storage (DAS) devices. “The introduction of these platforms is extremely significant for both the market and the company,” stated Bill Schroeder, Oxford’s president and CEO. “Consumers live in a world exploding with high monetary and emotional value digital content. These new advanced platform designs enable our storage system customers to evolve their consumer and SOHO offerings with the market as their end customer needs change. This is particularly true of our NAS product, which we believe represents a true market enabler for today’s connected digital lifestyle.” “Given that individuals increasingly are responsible for the growth in digital content creation, the personal storage market w
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