Toshiba launches new complete line of SSDs
When a company needs solid state drives (SSD) for mass Storage solutions, generally uses the high-speed PCIe cards. However, Toshiba is committed to change the paradigms with PX02SM model, which brings much as 1.6TB of capacity in a compact 2.5-inch with a thickness of 15mm.
This device uses a Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) to 6Gbit/seg, achieving impressive read speeds 400MB/seg 900MB/seg and in writing, getting to handle a flow of information 30.000IOPS 120.000IOPS in reading and writing.
Besides this 1.6TB model, Toshiba also released a series of more modest units under the name PX02AM, with capacities of 100GB, 200GB and 400GB nand flash chips in manufactured under a 24nm manufacturing process. Finally, the company aired a final series of SSD: the PX03AN, younger brothers of the family sizes of 55GB, 120GB, 240GB and 480GB. Both series are around 500 MB/sec read and 300MB/sec writing.
The company has not disclosed the price of these devices, however, it certainly will be very high due to its performance and approach to the business area. Available later this year.
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