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Toshiba Launches Enterprise Read Intensive SSD PX03SN Series

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  1. btarunr

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    Toshiba Corporation today announced that it will expand its family of enterprise SSD with new models designed to support read intensive applications. The new "PX03SN series" will start shipping from the end of this month. "PX03SN series" SSD have a 2.5-inch form factor, implement an SAS interface, and will be available in capacities up to 1.6 TB. The drives support one full DWPD and are suited for server and storage systems for online transactions, cloud computing, online gaming and big data analytics, especially where customers are looking especially for a balance between cost, endurance and performance.

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    Toshiba has expanded its lineup of enterprise SSD products with the new enterprise read intensive "PX03SN series" in addition to the "PX02SS series", which are enterprise endurance SSDs (DWPD: 30 times) and the "PX02SM series" which are enterprise mainstream SSDs (DWPD: 10 times). The wide line-up makes it possible for customers to select products best suited to their system designs.

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    1.6g GB on 2.5 inch H.D. NICE :) . Limit max speed 6 gb/s :(
     
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    Who cares about linear speed in this kind of application, stack the channels together if needed, show the 4K speeds.

    Nippon Banzai anyway, we need another heavy weight player in SSD market!
     

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