Diablo Technologies Secures Key U.S. Patent Covering Memory Channel Storage Technology (MCS)

OTTAWA, Canada – July 31, 2014 – Diablo Technologies is pleased to announce that on April 29, 2014 the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) awarded U.S. patent No. 8,713,379, entitled a “System and method of interfacing co-processors and input/output devices via a main memory system,” to the company. This newly issued patent protects an important portion of Diablo’s technology assets and expands its growing intellectual property (IP) portfolio.

“The introduction of MCS has been deemed as one of the most disruptive breakthroughs in flash memory technology,” said Riccardo Badalone, CEO and Co-founder of Diablo Technologies. “Receiving this patent is another important milestone as Diablo continues to accelerate its strategic growth initiatives. We have significant innovations planned in the MCS roadmap and this validation underscores our commitment to deliver industry-leading solutions.”

The ‘379 patent describes:

–          A method for connecting non-volatile memory directly to the memory controllers of a processor

–          A learning machine to handle data interleaving/de-interleaving and data scrambling/de-scrambling algorithms for DDR3/4-based memory                  controllers

–          A method to remap the non-linear DIMM address space back to linear address space used by the driver

In addition t securing protection for this latest innovation, Diablo continues to file further patent applications for its Memory Channel Storage™ (MCS™) architecture in the U.S. and internationally.

Diablo’s MCS platform provides tens of terabytes of ultra-fast flash storage in a DIMM form factor. Its ground-breaking design delivers outstanding performance for application acceleration, while achieving the lowest system write latency available. MCS maximizes efficiency across the enterprise through innovative architectural advancements and provides customers with unprecedented benefits to their business applications. Its dramatic performance metrics are ideally suited for virtualized environments, big data analytics, database and high-frequency messaging.