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Published Jun.01 2011,15:16 PM (GMT+8)
Unlike traditional hard disk industry, SSD industry requires enough capacity in disk, read write head and motor production. Small and medium makers can’t afford that much. In recent years, M&A cases have often occurred among hard disk giants. Seagate purchased Samsung’s hard disk business in 2Q 2011 after Maxtor takeover in 2005. Western Digital, another hard disk giant also bought Hitachi’s hard disk drive business in 1Q 2011.
Published May.30 2011,17:55 PM (GMT+8)
A solid-state drive (SDD) is a data storage device based on NAND Flash memory. Due to the price decline and the technology improvement of Flash chip, SSD products have become more and more mature and the price has become more affordable for the market and industry, which results in a significant growth in SSD shipment in 2011 and shows that the current technology and cost of SSD have met the market demand.
Published Mar.31 2011,10:14 AM (GMT+8)
DRAMeXchange specializes in the accurate test and the comprehensive comparison between mainstream and advanced SSD products in the market, which will fully reflect the SSD performance and help purchasers have a better understanding about the latest SSD transfer rate and performance.
Published Mar.31 2011,10:04 AM (GMT+8)
Performance Tests in 2009 and 2010 have obtained good praise, which establishes high credibility
Published Apr.23 2010,16:09 PM (GMT+8)
It can be seen in all these tests that the major difference between SSDs is in reading and writing efficiency in addition to adopted Flash chip specifications (form, node, speed). Multi-channel access and wear leveling technologies also influence the efficiency of SSD controllers.
Published Apr.22 2010,16:50 PM (GMT+8)
Nand Flash chips used in the SSD are divided into higher priced SCL, and lower-priced MLC. The former is suitable for writing data, while the latter shows better performance in reading data; the downside of the MLC is its shorter lifespan and that it requires SSD controller to provide better algorithms to enable MLC SSD Flash chips to write data uniformly, in order to extend its service life.
Published Apr.19 2010,18:07 PM (GMT+8)
There is a variety of SSDs for use in servers, such as PCI-E SSD or 2.5” SATA interface SSD, either based on SLC NAND or MLC NAND, sometimes even utilizing DRAM. Our test focused on one server SSD--HugeTech Server One 1200 200GB SSD. Meanwhile, we also observed the performance of DRAM-based ACARD ANS-9010 32GB SATA Dynamic SSD, which is equipped with 32 GB DDR2 and SATA interface as well as a battery for memory assistance(CF Card) in case of DRAM data loss during power failure.
Published Mar.10 2010,18:33 PM (GMT+8)
A total of 40 SSD products were listed in the evaluation, mostly MLC SSDs with capacities of 64GB and 128GB. In the evaluation, we also compared the differences between SLC NAND Flash and MLC SSD, as well as the differences between SSD controllers.
Published Mar.10 2010,18:32 PM (GMT+8)
Most SSDs of 128 GB class are 128 GB in size but there are also 120 GB and 200 GB products for evaluation this time. The storage capacity class can be used as the main hard disk as well as the boot disk or main disk.
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