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Memoright STM-25 SSD
Photo: Company [Dec 10, 2010]

Memoright has launched its STM-25 SSD series with capacity of up to 256GB, targeting applications including storage systems, cloud computing, business-use servers, workstations and high-end PCs.

The new 2.5-inch SSD delivers a read speed of 240MB/s and write speed of 170MB/s in IOMeter Benchmark tests, and reaches 24,000/17,000 IOPS.

The STM-25 SSD boasts 64MB built-in DRAM cache and delivers superior durability, power savings and reliability.

STM-25 is supported by Memoright's Health Doctor, an information security mechanism commonly used in military-level ruggedized SSDs.

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