Thursday, September 13th 2012

OCZ Deneva 2 Gain QNAP TurboNAS Certification

OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) for computing devices and systems, today announced that its 2.5-inch SATA III Deneva 2 SSD series, supporting multi-level cell (MLC) synchronous and asynchronous NAND formats, are now compatible with QNAP Systems Inc.’s Turbo NAS products. The addition of Deneva 2 SSDs into QNAP’s Turbo NAS peripherals compatibility list represents the first successful enterprise certification of OCZ SSDs into this platform and the third successful certification of OCZ SATA III SSDs, joining OCZ Vertex 3 and Agility 3 SSDs on the list.

With the industry’s fastest transactional performance for SATA III-based drives, Deneva 2 SSDs deliver up to 80,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS) performance (random 4K writes) and a maximum bandwidth of 550 MB/s. They also support best-in-class enterprise endurance and reliability, featuring power loss data protection, minimal write amplification, intelligent block management and wear-leveling, security encryption, and advanced error correction.
“QNAP is delighted to announce that the capacities from the product line-up, including 60GB, 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB, have been verified to be compatible with the Turbo NAS series,” said Edward Lin, Marketing Director of QNAP.

“QNAP Turbo NAS products provide high-performance, reliable storage designed as affordable and easy-to-manage solutions for virtualized and clustered environments,” said Alex Mei, Chief Marketing Officer of OCZ Technology. “With the certification of our complete line of Deneva 2 SSDs into the QNAP Turbo NAS product platforms, users will experience greater virtualization efficiencies in IT management, data availability and in ease of deployment.”
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35 Comments on OCZ Deneva 2 Gain QNAP TurboNAS Certification

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
I'll just go ahead and post this again as everyone seems to ignore actual data on the subject:
- Crucial 0,82% (contre 0,8%)
- Intel 1,73% (contre 0,1%)
- Corsair 2,93% (contre 2,9%)
- OCZ 7,03% (contre 4,2%)

- 15,58% OCZ Vertex 2 Series SSD 240 Go
- 13,28% OCZ Vertex 2 Series SSD 160 Go
- 11,76% OCZ Vertex 2 Series SSD 80 Go
- 9,52% OCZ Vertex 2 Series SSD 120 Go
- 8,57% OCZ Vertex 3 Series 120 Go
- 7,49% OCZ Vertex 2 Series SSD 60 Go
- 6,61% OCZ Vertex 2 Series 3.5" SSD 120 Go
- 6,37% OCZ Vertex 3 Series 240 Go
- 6,37% OCZ Agility 3 60 Go
- 5,89% OCZ Vertex 2 Series SSD 100 Go
Actual failure rates of a large french retailer. They have problems at OCZ.
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#2
Prima.Vera
Personally I cannot live with those percents, but hey, if you want to take risks, be my guest...
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#3
Velvet Wafer
LOL, most of the dead Models are the first generation SF drives....they are literally obsolete by now.
Would like to see an actual list showing the quota just for Vertex 3 and 4
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#4
UbErN00b
Prima.Vera said:
Personally I cannot live with those percents, but hey, if you want to take risks, be my guest...
At least he produced something to back up what he was saying instead of pulling a percentage out of his ass like some eh?

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#5
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Velvet Wafer said:
LOL, most of the dead Models are the first generation SF drives....they are literally obsolete by now.
Would like to see an actual list showing the quota just for Vertex 3 and 4
That site does that thing every six months iirc, and that one was done in may so soon enough there will be more up to date numbers. :)
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#7
UbErN00b
Prima.Vera said:
Feeling smart?
No, just stating the obvious.
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#8
Velvet Wafer
He has a point... if you not had stated incredibly overestimated facts, out of pure grudge against OCZ, your arguments surely would have looked different.
Dont flame on each other ;)
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#9
Prima.Vera
OK, this is getting ridiculous. Please go troll someone else. I see only flaming from OCZ guys...so good luck and leave it be. I wont check here the posts so write what you wish.
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#10
wrathchild_67
Prima.Vera said:
OK, this is getting ridiculous. Please go troll someone else. I see only flaming from OCZ guys...so good luck and leave it be. I wont check here the posts so write what you wish.
The blind, brand loyalty in this thread is disgusting. Even in the face of hard facts about OCZ's higher failure rate, they won't waiver.
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