Solid State Storage coming mid 2007
Subject: Storage | January 11, 2007 - 06:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
DigiTimes reports on upcoming SSD's that wil be available soon. In addition to the speed and Mean Time Before Failure benefits, these drives will be compatible with Vista's ReadyBoost. These guys aren't just for laptops!
"The upcoming RiDATA-brand SSD will come in two memory densities — 16GB and 32GB. Lin said a 64GB version is coming online this
year but the exact available date is not yet decided. Already sourcing NAND flash chips from Samsung Electronics, Lin said
Samsung will remain the company's major chip supplier in 2007, though he did not reveal details about the chip supplier of this
This SSD will come in two sizes, 1.8- and 2.5-inch, and both ATA and IDE interfaces are supported. With leading memory
application makers such as SanDisk targeting NAND-based SSD to notebook OEM/ODMs, Lin said Ritek is offering its SSD to both
ODM vendors and channel customers. Ritek will focus on the same sales channel it uses in the optical disc/drive business."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- ZFS: A New File
System for Storage Fans @ OSWeekly
- OCZ in a FLASH @ Bjorn3D
- Rosewill RX353-S 3.5" SATA to USB/e.SATA External Enclosure @ TweakTown
- Data Backup Guide — Online and Hardware Solutions Examined @ TweakTown
- Samsung SE-S184 18x USB DVD burner -
world's first review @ HEXUS
- RAID Guide
- USB Flash Drives Roundup
with 1GB Storage Capacity. Part II @ X-bit Labs
- Western Digital My Book Pro
Edition 500GB External HDD @ X-bit Labs
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