Tuesday, April 8th 2014

Memoright Launches XT3 Series SSD with TLC NAND Flash

With Memoright's proprietary Advanced Endurance Write features and Super Cache firmware architecture, Memoright XT3 SSD (SATA 6Gbps) currently supports TLC NAND with latest 19nm process technology. XT3 series SSD offers the best combination of reliability and performance, ideal for applications in personal computing, while driving the cost down with advanced TLC.

XT3 Series SSD is currently sampled in 2.5"/1.8" 7mm ultra-thin designs and mSATA form factor with options of 128, 256, and 512GB in capacity. The sequential read/write performance with incompressible data exceeds 500/450 MB/s. Advanced Trim command handling restores the performance of the SSD thus avoids the write performance cliff, which is commonly experienced after a SSD is used for a long period of time.
TLC flash memory has been widely used mostly in consumer applications such as digital audio players and USB drive, which do not require high performance and reliability. Though TLC will help driving the cost of SSD down, a firmware design that balances performance and product life while assures reliability is important to the market of client computing. This is where Super Cache, Advanced Trim and Advanced Endurance Write come to play.
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1 Comment on Memoright Launches XT3 Series SSD with TLC NAND Flash

It uses Toshiba 19 nm NAND.
Supercache sounds an awful lot like TurboWrite, though.
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