27 August 2011

Don't Mess With Texas

When I was somewhat younger, I worked for a math stat who was born in Rhode Island, grew up in Las Vegas, and did his graduate work in Austin. This was when I first heard the phrase "Don't mess with Texas". Context is everything, and today the context is data storage. Here's one version of the news. Which wouldn't be all that interesting, given that Texas Memory has been doing SSD for decades.

No, what makes this of interest is the following quote:
"TMS is targeting relational databases with its new storage device, just as Fibre Channel drives would be used as the primary storage."

Rad. BCNF support in the flesh. YeeHa.

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