April, 2022

Seagate and Phison Broaden Partnership to Expand NVMe SSD Portfolio

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Seagate Technology Holdings and Phison Electronics Corp. have announced plans to expand their SSD portfolio of next-gen high-performance, high-density enterprise NVMe SSDs. The new SSDs will help reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) for businesses through increased storage density, lower power consumption, and improved performance. The companies have announced a long-term collaboration that will improve the development cycle and distribution of enterprise-class SSDs.

Seagate and Phison have collaborated on Seagate’s mainstream SATA SSD products since 2017. That close cooperation has continued through the company’s line of FireCuda consumer gaming NVMe PCIe Gen4x4 SSDs and NAS NVMe SSDs. Now their partnership will focus on meeting the evolving global enterprise demand for higher density, faster, and smarter storage infrastructure needs that complement HDD storage to enable comprehensive enterprise applications such as hyperscale data center, high-performance computing, and AI.

Seagate and Phison also stated that they will work together to strengthen the industry’s enterprise-class SSD product offerings with the focus on best-in-class performance, cost savings, and efficiency. Optimized for specific workloads, environments, and use cases, each of their new products will be engineered and customized to specifically address a customer’s technical needs. Seagate and Phison hope that together they will be able to deliver winning solutions for a wide range of applications including Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Storage, and 5G edge computing.

Seagate and Phison are going to share new information about their partnership in the summer of 2022. And ACE Data Recovery team will be looking forward to seeing their new products – enterprise-class SSDs based on advanced technology. ACEs can successfully recover data from all types of SSD media and are ready to help the owners of the new enterprise-class SSDs with all data recovery needs.