Memoright unveils 2.5-inch STM-25 series SSD
Press release, staff reporter, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Thursday 9 December 2010]
Memoright has announced the launch of their 2.5-inch STM-25 MLC SSD Series. The STM Series provides a cost effective SSD solution, with a maximum capacity of 256GB, and has intended applications for storage systems, cloud computing, business-use servers, workstations and high-end PCs.
Memoright SSD has been widely adopted for military and industrial storage purposes, with its emphasis on stable and reliable performance, and has become a leading global supplier of SSDs for military applications. In order to meet demand for high performance and high capacities, as well as reliability, Memoright adopts the self-developed circuit design and a close-examination manufacturing process used to produce military and industrial SSDs specifically for STM-25, with the series supporting SATA II interface and having wide range storage capacities of 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB available to choose from. Memoright also provides 1.2-inch and 1.8-inch versions of the STM Series SSD for small form factor applications.
Memoright STM-25 SSDs perform well in read/write speeds and IOPS (input/output operations per second), exceeding a read speed of 240MB/s and a write speed of 170MB/s in IOMeter Benchmark tests and reaching 24,000/17,000 IOPS.
The STM-25 SSD boasts 64MB built-in DRAM cache and delivers Memoright's signature durability, along with power savings and reliability. A storage system equipped with STM-25 SSD will enjoy 50%/60% faster read/write performance, compared to competitors' products.
STM-25 is supported by Memoright's Health Doctor, which can monitor and detect temperature, erase counts, bad blocks, spare blocks and other data on the SSD, as well as SSD operating conditions and performance indicators, and then calculates the SSD's useful life based on these parameters, with all information in graphic display through a customized graphics interface.
Memoright 2.5-inch STM-25 MLC SSD Series
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