Samsung Shows SSDs
On Monday, at the annual Samsung Mobile Solution Forum in Taipei, Taiwan, Samsung Electronics announced the development of its new solid state drive (SSD).
The SSD is around 2.5-inches long and only 9.5-mm thick; according to the company, it is the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s smallest drive in its class. Size is definitely not the only thing that sets this product apart: it is said to be 2.4 times faster than any traditional hard drive and the amount of data it can read per second goes up to 200 megabytes.
Just like the soon-to-be-released Intel SSDs, Samsung’s drive uses the multi-level cell (MLC) technology as well as a high-speed Serial ATA II interface.
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