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A-Data launches SSD via co-branding with Intel
Press release; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 8 April 2009]

A-Data Technology has launched a 2.5-inch SATA SSD for notebooks, the A-Data X25-M, under a co-branding strategy with Intel.

Featuring Intel MLC NAND flash memory, the new A-Data 2.5-inch SSD is constructed by 10 parallel-channel architecture with 50nm MLC ONFI 1.0 NAND, and delivers read speeds up to 250MB/sec and write speeds up to 70MB/sec.

A-Data's new 2.5-inch SSD is available in capacity of 80GB and 160GB.

A-DATA X25-M

A-Data X25-M
Photo: Company, April 2009

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