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This 900GB 2GB/s PCIe solid state storage card is the one i want
posted June 11 2011 19:54.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Excellent, brilliant, and probably expensive. This is the new RamSan-70 PCIe SSD, which is said to offer up to 330,000 I/O operations per second read performance and 160,000 write, and up to 2GB per second sustained random throughput. Texas Memory Systems has just unveiled this PCIe-based solid state storage solution that is rocket fast and has almost a terabyte of available capacity. It has the nickname "Gorilla" and uses Toshiba 32nm SLC Flash on a single half-length x8 PCIe card. Each card comes with 450 GB on the main card plus 450 GB on an optional mezzanine card and features an onboard PowerPC CPU and high-performance Xilinx FPGAs for management of all memory functions. Read more here.

[Link: gizmag]
Tags: pc related   crazy story   crazy designs   cool gadget   extreme   insane   storage/memory   

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