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Imperial offers new RAM-based storage

Imperial Technology, a manufacturer of storage systems that use computer memory instead of slower hard disks, has released its new MegaRam 1000 product, which squeezes 1GB to 12GB of memory into a rack-mountable chassis 1.75 inches thick. A 1GB model costs $25,000; a 12GB model is $192,000. The new system can communicate either using the SCSI connection standard used for hard disks or with the higher-end Fibre Channel system.

Imperial Technology, a manufacturer of storage systems that use computer memory instead of slower hard disks, has released its new MegaRam 1000 product, which squeezes 1GB to 12GB of memory into a rack-mountable chassis 1.75 inches thick. A 1GB model costs $25,000; a 12GB model is $192,000.

The new system can communicate either using the SCSI connection standard used for hard disks or with the higher-end Fibre Channel system.