Sunday, May 22, 2011

TMS RamSan-70 SSD packs 2GB-per-second throughput, up to 900GB capacity

Source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/22/tms-ramsan-70-ssd-packs-2gb-per-second-throughput-up-to-900gb-c/

There are SSDs and then there are SSDs -- the Texas Memory Systems (TMS) RamSan-70 is definitely the latter, packing 900GB of high-speed SLC NAND flash onto a single half-length PCIe card. Boasting an incredible 2GB-per-second sustained external throughput, this near-terabyte solid state drive is clearly overkill for most of us, considering that it's guaranteed to have a sky-high price (once details are released). Instead, the "900GB Gorilla," as it's come to be known around TMS HQ, is destined for high-end servers -- though we certainly wouldn't object to clearing out a slot in our desktop, if by some miracle we can afford this monster when it starts shipping in four to eight weeks.

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