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OCZ releases new enterprise Denva 2 SSD based on 19nm NAND

OCZ shrinks its Deneva 2 SSD NAND down to 19nm, now more efficient and faster!

@CharlesJGantt
Published Tue, Sep 24 2013 10:31 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:20 PM CST

OCC has just released a revised version of its popular Deneva 2 series of enterprise-grade SSDs. The new Deneva 2 SSDs are based on MLC 19nm NAND flash and feature a SATA III 6Gb/s interface.

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OCZ says that the drives also feature a "completely new power architecture that was designed from the ground up to optimize server backplane functionality, provide enhanced management of in-rush current and power fluctuation." The company says that the resulting product delivers an SSD that delivers superior performance, endurance, and reliability.

"Our Deneva 2 has been a popular SSD series among IT professionals not only as an HDD replacement but to dramatically accelerate I/O access of such popular enterprise applications as OnLine Transaction Processing, database warehousing, read intensive data caching and server boot-ups," said Daryl Lang, SVP of Product Management for OCZ Technology. "By implementing new features and the latest NAND flash process geometry we are able to deliver an optimal balance of I/O performance and cost-efficiency to our customers."

OCZ's Deneva 2 Series utilize an LSI SandForce SF2281 controller that delivers superior performance with 19nm Toggle NAND. OCZ says that the new Deneva 2 SSDs support read bandwidth up to 550MB/s and write bandwidth up to 520MB/s. The Deneva 2 SSD series is available in 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB capacities now.

NEWS SOURCE:ocz.com

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