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OCZ talks about SSD technology

Posted on Saturday, December 20 2008 @ 21:10:12 CET by

CDFreaks had a chat with Michael Schuette, OCZ's VP of Technology Development, about the firm's new solid state disk lineup. You can check it out over here. Below is a short snip about OCZ's new Vertex SSDs:
OCZ recently introduced its Vertex line of SSDs with 64MB of onboard cache, designed to make faster transfers leading to improved system responsiveness. Rather than force flash memory into a "functional fit" developed "as consequence of the idiosyncrasies of HDD technology," OCZ believes it created a SSD line possible of using all the positive flash features for its products.

"Single level cell (SLC) flash is on the way toward becoming a high price specialty form of memory for the simple reason that the density per area is only 1/2 of that of MLC flash but so far, performance demands have kept SLC in the race," CDFreaks was told. "This will change with the next generation of SSDs of which the Vertex is probably the first to enter the market."



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