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OCZ announce Talos SSD, 6Gbps SATA Drive with up to 960GB capacity

OCZ intro new Talos SAS SSDs

| Storage News | Posted: May 13, 2011 2:30 am

Another day, another SSD release... it doesn't seem to stop and I love it. OCZ today unveil their new Talos line of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) SSDs which are designed for enterprise applications that require ultra-fast, high capacity solutions equipped with multi-level cell (MLC) NAND. Talos brings new strength to OCZ's proprietary Virtualized Controller Architecture (VCA) technology to storage OEMs.

 

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Ryan Peterson, CEO of OCZ Technology Group says:

 

We have experienced considerable demand for our high-capacity VCA-enabled SAS products, both with and without enhanced power fail protection. The new OCZ Talos SSD series delivers the ultimate combination of performance, scalability, and reliability. Talos series drives are tailored to meet the needs of most enterprises in a non-customer specific format, including balanced compressed and incompressible data performance and balanced read/write IOPS, all in the highest capacity SAS 6Gbps drive available today.

The new Talos SAS SSDs are capable up up to 64,000 4K random IOPS and are specifically built and optimized for enterprise storage applications to which they provide clients who require substancial transactional processing with superior performance and cost-savings.

 

To get more info on these new OCZ Talos drives, hover your mouse right about here.

 

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