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DDRdrive LLC Claims 300,000 IOPS with Hybrid PCI-E x1 Solid-State Drive

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Clarifications from the CTO of DDRdrive LLC:

The DDRdrive X1 was singularly designed to target IOPS intensive applications while setting a new standard in performance, power, and price. In other words, a product exclusively targeted for the enterprise market, i.e. not the consumer market.

What's the difference? In a word - IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second).

The DDRdrive X1 is the highest performing (300,000+ IOPS), most power efficient (33uW/IOPS) and lowest price (0.005 $/IOPS) internal storage device in existence.

For a significant class of applications (database tables, indices, and transaction logs) that are capacity constrained, we are an extremely potent and unique solution.

http://www.ddrdrive.com/ddrdrive_bench.pdf

The drive for speed,

Christopher George
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DDRdrive LLC
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#27
Thanks for taking the time to post.

Hope you don't end up like other companies that solely placed (and priced accordingly) their ram-based storage products for the enterprise :)

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Reply to Jizzler:

Point well taken! It is a very challenging market and timing plays an enormous role. Our first generation DDRdrive X1 was exclusively sold to Intel and it wasn't until they released the X25-E that the market was truly validated.

Thanks for your feedback,

Christopher George
Founder/CTO
DDRdrive LLC
www.ddrdrive.com