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LSI demonstrates DEVSLP (Dev Sleep) at Computex and why it's important for SSDs and battery life

LSI gets down and dirty and tells us why we should all be looking forward to DEVSLP with our SSDs

| Storage News | Posted: Jun 12, 2013 5:14 pm

Computex Taipei 2013 - Over the next year you'll start to hear a few new terms in our SSD and full system reviews. One of the new buzzwords is called DEVSLP and its pronounced dev sleep. This is the process reduces the power to the SSD. The sleep part refers to the sleep state, now deeper than ever before with some portions of the SSD turned off entirely.

 

 

We've always had different forms of sleep states, but the deeper the sleep the longer it takes to wake up. What makes LSI's solution so amazing is that full recovery takes just a quarter of a second. Just as amazing though is just how low the drive gets in low power mode.

 

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