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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 18:23

ADATA announces SX1000L SSDs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Enterprise grade SSDs

ADATA announced its newest addition to the SSD lineup, the enterprise grade SX1000L SSDs. To be available in 100GB and 200GB capacities, the SX1000L SSDs are based on MLC NAND flash memory combined with Sandforce controller and offer a quite decent performance.

The new SX1000L line of SSD uses static wear-leveling technology to maximize device MTBP to 1,500,000 hours, something that is quite required when you are talking about high density computing and heavy load server operations.

The new SX1000L SSDs are packed in a standard 2.5-inch SATA 6Gbps form factor and use LSI's Sandforce SF-2281 controller combined with MLC NAND flash memory with enhanced NAND sorting methodology. The maximum performance is 560MB/s for sequential read and 340MB/s for sequential write while maximum 4K random read and write are at 73k and 45k IOPS.

The ADATA SX1000L SSDs are backed by a five year warranty but the precise price and launch date have not been announced.

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