The link works perfectly OK for me, it must be your connection.
It is a couple of flash videos so there isn't much text, what it says is:
"San Diego (CA) – A new flash storage card from Fusion io could make huge storage area networks go the way of the dinosaur and DoDo bird. The company’s upcoming ‘ioDrive’ combines hundreds of gigabytes of flash storage onto a small computer card and company officials claim that the tiny card could replace banks of hard drives."
Thanks for the pdf, I'll keep hold of it as many of my customers consume many terabytes of storage, along with huge amounts of power for running the SANs and cooling them down.
A few years ago I sold an 8gb solid state drive to one of the armed forces as a test platform for new black boxes. the drive fit in a 5 1/4" bay and cost close to £10k, now you can buy 8gb flash drives for about £80.