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Kingston Launches SSDNow Solid State Drives

Aimed at Fortune 1000 Companies

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 19, 2009 2:17 pm

Kingston is jumping into the SSD market now with a new product line aimed at the enterprise.

 

Dubbed SSDNow Kingston will launch two versions to start the SSDNow E and SSDNow M. The E will be for Enterprise class servers while the M is aimed at corporate laptops.

 

The SSDNow is based on the Intel X25 SSD and should offer some serious performance.

 

Read more here.

 

Kingston Launches SSDNow Solid State Drives

Kingston is targeting its SSDs to Fortune 1000 companies and select vertical markets. The SSDNow E Series is specifically designed for the enterprise server environment while the SSDNow M Series is built for the road warrior who demands ultimate performance from a notebook PC. The Kingston SSDNow E and M Series use Intel's solid-state drives, which are the best-performing drives on the market.

 

"We are thrilled to enter the solid-state drive market with our SSDNow E and M Series SSDs. The combination of the fastest SSDs in the world along with Kingston's tremendous distribution capabilities and legendary customer service will position us to succeed in this arena," said Mark Leathem, director of Flash business development, Kingston Digital. "The performance capabilities of these first two offerings are off the charts and our enterprise customers will be very pleased to use them in servers and corporate laptop computers."

 

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