AMCC Demos 3ware RAID

AMCC demonstrates high-performance 3ware RAID Technology at LinuxWorld Conference

August 5, 2008

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SAN FRANCISCO -- This week at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, Applied Micro Circuits Corporation’s 3ware® storage division (NASDAQ:AMCC) will showcase its established Linux® compatibility leadership for RAID applications, with demonstrations of its newest SAS/SATA RAID controller, the 3ware 9690SA-4I and other award-winning 3ware® RAID controllers in booth 1226 of San Francisco’s Moscone Center.

Show attendees will see the 3ware 9690SA-4I RAID controller, housed in an Area Electronics chassis utilizing a Vitesse® SAS expander, to spotlight 3ware support for VMware Visitors will see demonstrated support for server consolidation with virtualization as well as robust SAS component compatibility.

The second demonstration will feature two 24-port 3ware 9650SE-24M8 SATA II controllers and a 2-port, low-profile 9650SE-2LP controller, in a 50-drive Chenbro® enclosure to show exceptional controller performance and scalability. The demonstration previews AMCC’s new 3ware Advanced Content Streaming (ACS) caching algorithm that substantially enhances performance for vertical applications, like security/surveillance, disk-to-disk backup, video editing and video playback, which stream sequential data.

“3ware pioneered the first SATA RAID controllers with in-kernel Linux driver support and now continues the winning Linux legacy with 3ware SAS controllers,” said Scott Cleland, Director of World Wide Marketing, AMCC Storage. “We are at LinuxWorld this week to demonstrate our commitment to providing the Linux community with the best RAID controllers, the broadest Linux support and the latest in data protection technologies.”

Applied Micro Circuits Corp. (AMCC)

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