Thursday, November 14th 2013

ADATA to Showcase Latest SATA and PCIe SSDs at Accelerating Innovation Summit

ADATA Technology has announced its presence at the 6th annual Accelerating Innovation Summit (AIS 2013) as a gold sponsor. Responding to the latest industry and market needs, ADATA will display two potent solid state drive (SSD) offerings: the SX1000L server SSD and the company's groundbreaking PCIe based SSD solution. These storage systems are designed for both server applications, and for system integrators to effectively manage the rising data challenges faced by today's organizations and systems planners.

The SX1000L server SSD is a 2.5" form factor SATA 6Gb/sec solution that is provided with customized over-provisioning and high data compression efficiency. With the majority of data in enterprise environments being compressible, the SX1000L provides sustained performance, as well as superior endurance and reliability. Sequential read speeds reach 550 MB/sec, and sequential write is as high as 500 MB/sec, with IOPS of 75K and 45K (Maximum 4K random read and write, respectively).

ADATA's PCIe based SSD comes in M.2 Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF) as well as 2.5" size, with cutting-edge transfer performance three times than SATA 6Gb/sec. These speeds are achieved with no sacrifice in reliability or size options; capacities as high as 2 terabytes are available. With support for both AHCI and NVMe, the PCIe SSD offers Enhanced Error Correction with LDPC, as well as self-encrypting-drive readiness. This leading PCIe Gen2 4-link single System on Chip (SoC) solution is an impressive offering in terms of innovation, performance, and reliability.

This event will see a gathering of industry leaders and experts, with ADATA once again demonstrating a front running position in the implementation of NAND flash storage products. For more information, visit the ADATA booth# 13 at AIS 2013.
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7 Comments on ADATA to Showcase Latest SATA and PCIe SSDs at Accelerating Innovation Summit

#1
Jorge
PCIe is the future for most SSD and that means even faster speeds and system performance. :toast:
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EarthDog
MEH, the next SATA stadard will have plenty of bandwidth. I do not believe SATA SSD's to go the way of the dodo...
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#3
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Jorge
PCIe is the future for most SSD and that means even faster speeds and system performance. :toast:
Yeah, because stacking 8 PCI-E slots is easier to fit on an ATX MoBo than 8 SATA ports... Should have thought of that years ago.
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Mussels
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by: RCoon
Yeah, because stacking 8 PCI-E slots is easier to fit on an ATX MoBo than 8 SATA ports... Should have thought of that years ago.
dont forget mini-PCIE slots in laptops and mobile platforms.


a laptop with say, two of these slots and a regular SATA for mechanical/optical drives would be swanky.
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#5
Diagrafeas
The PCIE one should be based on LSI SandForce Griffin with 1.8GB/sec sequential speed!
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#6
Prima.Vera
by: EarthDog
MEH, the next SATA stadard will have plenty of bandwidth. I do not believe SATA SSD's to go the way of the dodo...
Forgive me, but words like "plenty", "enough", etc, have no place in IT Hardware world. ;)
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NeoXF
by: Prima.Vera
Forgive me, but words like "plenty", "enough", etc, have no place in IT Hardware world. ;)
One word: Quantum Computing.

Okay, two.
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