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New fast SSD from Mtron has 120MB/s write speed

Posted on Thursday, May 15 2008 @ 00:00:41 CEST by

Mtron announced its PRO 7500 series solid state drives today with capacities ranging from 32GB to 128GB. These Serial ATA II drives will be available in 2.5" and 3.5" formats and will have a read speed of up to 130MB/s and a write speed of up to 120MB/s.
Mtron's new PRO 7500 series supports SATA II interface and provide the maximum read speed of 130MB/s and write speed of 120MB/s, becoming the fastest SSD in the market. With the development of their new PRO 7500 series, Mtron created another innovation to the SSD technology and proved once again that they are the leading manufacturer of SSD products in the highly competitive market.

Mtron's new PRO 7500 series is targeted for enterprise market to provide servers and storages with 10-20% improved performance from Mtron's SATA I SSD. It includes Random Read IOPS (Data input/output speed) of 19,000, a speed that is 65 times faster than current industrial purpose SAS HDD, in order to deliver much-improved performance in the situations with heavy volume transactions. Also, it consumes 60% less electricity than HDD, has maximum energy efficiency with no noise and less heat, and contributes to environmental-friendly green IT technology.
The PRO 7500 series is aimed at industrial purposes will be available in June.



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