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Zalman enters SSD market with JMicron and SandForce disks

Posted on Wednesday, November 03 2010 @ 13:04:54 CET by


Zalman announced its entry into the solid state disk market with the JMicron-based S series and the SandForce-based N series.
According to the company, the S Series will be optimized for ACHI Mode, support Windows 7 TRIM command and use JMicron controllers. The series will consist of three capacities--32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB--with sequential read speeds up to 260 MB/s. Additionally, the 32 GB model will have write speeds up to 60 MB/s, up to 120 MB/s for the 64 GB model, and up to 210 MB/s for the 128 GB model.

The N Series will only comprise of two capacities--64 GB and 128 GB, both of which offer up to 280 MB/s sequential read speeds and up to 270 MB/s write speeds. Like the S Series, the N Series will be optimized for ACHI Mode and also support TRIM, however this particular line will utilize SandForce controllers instead--which so happens to be the particular controller that rules the SSD roosts at the moment.
Availability is unknown but we do know the pricing of these disks:
S Series
* SSD0032S1 - 32GB - $99.99
* SSD0064S1 - 64GB - $149.99
* SSD0128S1 - 128GB - $249.99

N Series
* SSD0064N1 - 64GB - $169.99
* SSD0128N1 - 128GB - $289.99


Source: Tom's Hardware



 



 

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