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Texas Memory SSD Breaks Speed, Capacity Record
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 12:47

Massive 4U SSD can sustain 600,000 IOPS
Shane McGlaun (Blog) - July 23, 2008 12:27 PM
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 Solid state drives (SSDs) are being eyed as the future of enterprise data storage for the improvements in speed, reliability and energy savings they offer. SSDs for consumers are small devices very similar in size and shape to the traditional hard drive used in computer systems.

The SSD in an enterprise environment often takes on a different form factor though and the latest of these enterprise SSDs is from Texas Memory. Texas Memory says that its RamSan-440 can sustain a record setting 600,000 IOPS (input/outputs per second) and can be had with capacities of 256GB and 512GB.   [Comments...]

 

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