Take a look at www.platypus.net
One they have is a PCI card that can have up to either 2G or 8G
dependent on the model.
They also have an external model that has up to 16G and a build in UPS
and also internal HDD to back up onto if the power does fail.
And they can be combined to give up to 128G
On Wed, 2002-05-08 at 10:58, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Tue, May 07, 2002 at 04:37:21PM +0100, Gerard J Keating mentioned:
> > "John P. Looney" wrote:
> > > Anyone know where/how much solid state hard disks, with linux support can
> > > be obtained ?
> > www.mydisgo.com
> > A usb device, sizes from 8MB to 256MB, (linux kernel 2.4.0+ support CLAIMED)
>> Nah. That uses flash, so you can't write to it a lot. When I was with
> sun, they used to sell a 9GB scsi drive that was just battery backed RAM,
> for around $55,000. That sort of thing. I'm kinda assuming they've come
> down in price since.
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