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KINGMAX struts its stuff, unveils 1TB SSDs

KINGMAX leads TB-class SSD into the Era

| Storage News | Posted: Oct 17, 2011 5:31 am

KINGMAX, a world renowned leading brand of DRAM and flash memory has just unveiled the worldwide first one TB-class SSD, 1TB 2.5-inch SATA II SSD, which leads SSD in an exciting new direction. KINGMAX have applied unique patented packing technology to implement the 8 Stacked Die technology for 1TB SSD. Cheng Qian Zhang, Senior Vice President of KINGMAX said:

 

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In additional to consumer application of SSD products, we have a good prospect on industrial application of SSD in the future, such as, POS, ATM, Arcade Game and other customized request, etc. For industrial application, it requires best reliability, compatibility and to withstand harsh environments.

 

Now for the good bit, specifications! The new drives come in a bunch of sizes, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512GB and of course, 1TB. They are all on the SATA II 3Gbps interface, feature NCQ/Trim commands and feature varying levels of performance:

 

32GB Read: Up to 150MB/s Write: Up to 40MB/s

64GB Read: Up to 150MB/s Write: Up to 70MB/s

128GB Read: Up to 260MB/s Write: Up to 150MB/s

256GB Read: Up to 260MB/s Write: Up to 210MB/s

512GB Read: Up to 260MB/s Write: Up to 210MB/s

1TB Read: Up to 260MB/s Write: Up to 210MB/s

 

1TB SSDs, very, very nice KINGMAX.

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