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InnoDisk readies up PCI-Express based Matador II SSD Family

Up to 800MB/sec on tap

| Storage News | Posted: Dec 24, 2009 2:56 am

A not so well known Taiwanese company by the name of InnoDisk has just announced a new lineup of PCI-Express based SSDs it calls the Matador II Series.


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Aimed primarily at the Enterprise market segment, these high-speed storage solutions are capable of read and write speeds of 800MB/sec and 600MB/sec respectively thanks to the use of the PCI-E x8 interface. Storage capacities range from 128GB through a whopping 2TB.


InnoDisks is expecting to shift as many as million Matador II Series drives throughout next year. Pricing is not yet known, but it's likely for many people, you'll need to sell body parts first if you want one.



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