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Micron announces new 1300 SSD series

by on01 March 2019


SATA interface and 2.5/M.2 form-factor

Micron has announced the new Micron 1300 SSD series aimed at the client market and coming as a direct successor to the Micron 1100 series.

Based on standard 2.5-inch and M.2 form-factors, both with SATA interface, the Micron 1300 SSD series is based on Micron's own 96-layer TLC NAND combined with Marvell's 88SS1074 controller. In terms of performance, the new Micron 1300 SSD series will offer a sequential performance of up to 530MB/s for read and up to 520MB/s for write, with random 4K read and write performance peaking at 90,000 and 87,000 IOPS.

According to details provided by Micron, these will be available in capacities of up to 1TB for the M.2 and up to 2TB for the 2.5-inch version and should offer significant improvements in both power efficiency and price-to-value ratio.

Unfortunately, Micron did not provide any details regarding the price or the precise availability date but did say that these should be available soon for both OEMs and consumers.

 

Last modified on 01 March 2019
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