Brief: BitMicro goes macro

Kevin Komiega

BitMicro Networks Inc., a solid-state flash disk storage solution provider headquartered in Fremont, Calif., is relocating its world headquarters to a larger, 54,000 square foot Fremont location. The company has cited anticipated growth and expansion of its operations as the reasoning for the move.

BitMicro said it has embarked on an ambitious expansion plan due to the market interest for its storage solutions.

BitMicro storage product lines span a range of applications and operating systems including storage area networking (SAN) and network attached storage (NAS) devices. BitMicro's Electronic Disk E-Disk and E-DiskCache solutions are designed for networks with high bandwidth and I/O intensive mass storage requirements.

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