This week Diablo Technologies announced that the company will resume shipments of its Memory Channel MCS based chipsets. The news comes on the heels of ruling by a federal jury in favor of Diablo in a lawsuit brought by Netlist, Inc.
This is another positive step and gives us the ability to resume shipments of the product that our customers are demanding,” said Riccardo Badalone, CEO and Co-Founder of Diablo Technologies. “We will continue to focus on technology innovation, growing our business, and most importantly, serving our valued customers.”
The company will resume shipments of MCS while the District Court considers the company’s request to dissolve a preliminary injunction. The court has given Netlist until March 31, 2015 to respond.
In this slidecast, Kevin Wagner from Diablo Technologies describes the company’s Memory Channel Storage. Diablo leveraged its extensive experience in advanced memory channel interfaces and protocols to deliver a system architecture that directly attaches persistent memory to the host processors of a server or storage array. This innovative approach utilizes the industry standard DIMM form factor and native CPU memory interface, allowing MCS to be a drop-in replacement for standard RDIMMs.